AUSTRALIAN fly-half Sam Windsor is leaving Worcester Warriors at the end of the season.

Windsor, who linked up with Warriors in December, is joining Ulster.

Warriors director of rugby Dean Ryan said: "We are disappointed that Sam has chosen to leave us after as a club we feel we have acted with full intentions of Sam remaining here at Warriors.

"Sam was extremely unfortunate to sustain an injury during his first match for the Club and that has prevented him playing any part in the season to date.

"We wish Sam every success in his pursuit of regular rugby.”

Windsor is yet to make an appearance for Warriors' first-team after sustaining a dislocated shoulder when scoring a try on his club debut for the Cavaliers in an A-League game at Bristol United.

Windsor said: "Unfortunately injury and surgery have prevented me from playing with Worcester since my arrival in December, but I can't thank them enough for everything they have done for me.

"They're a class club, with top quality coaches and backroom staff. Dean Ryan is taking them in the right direction and I can't see anything but success for them from here on.

"I am truly grateful for the care and respect they have shown me. Hopefully I can still play a part in helping them to the play-offs and ultimately winning the Championship.”