Massey makes Colchester move

Colchester United have confirmed the signing of Watford striker Gavin Massey on a three-year contract.

Last Updated: 22/08/12 at 19:32

Massey: Back with the U's

Massey: Back with the U's

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The 19-year-old has returned to the U's on a free transfer after playing eight games during a loan spell last season.

Massey made nine appearances as a substitute at Vicarage Road but has seen his first-team opportunities limited following the appointment of Gianfranco Zola as manager and the arrival of eight summer signings.

Us boss John Ward said: "Gavin is young enough to develop further and we saw a lot of promise last year in his play.

"He can now settle himself down and develop that promise into something more formidable.

"Things have changed a lot at Watford over the past few months and so we made an enquiry about his services and have now come up with this deal."

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