POLICE in Norway were called to an apartment after reports of loud screaming - which turned out to be football fan celebrating a late Premiership goal.

Nik Whitley celebrated Leeds United's last-gasp penalty to grab a draw against Wolverhampton.

But it sparked calls to cops regarding excessive shouting at his home in Oslo.

Norwegian police arrived at the apartment in the Ensjø district of the capital at around 5pm on Saturday, they said.

Posting on Twitter, the local force said cops found a “cheerful and eager football supporter” who admitted to the loud noises in relation to the penalty kick.

The force said in a statement: "We have had a patrol on Ensjø after a report of loud screams from an apartment.

"The patrol came in contact with a cheerful and eager football supporter.

''He acknowledged a somewhat loud noise in connection with the penalty kick.

"We ended the visit and moved on."

Leeds United tweeted in response: "No officer, that’s just one of our fans celebrating!”

Nik tweeted: "Yep that was me."

He later added: "Hahaha! Is it bad I’m a little proud of that? Sorry for the disturbance Ensjø."

Rodrigo Moreno's spot kick in the fourth minute of stoppage time cancelled out Hwang Hee-Chan's first half opener at Elland Road.