Meades joins United

Oxford have made Jonathan Meades their first signing of the summer, while Scott Davies and Deane Smalley have signed new deals at the club.

Last Updated: 22/05/13 at 21:46

Jonathan Meades: Has joined U's

Jonathan Meades: Has joined U's

Wales Under-21 international midfielder Meades was released by Bournemouth having spent a successful loan spell at AFC Wimbledon last term. He has now penned a two-year contract with the U's.

Davies impressed at the Kassam Stadium after joining in March and he has now joined Smalley in signing a new one-year contract.

Davies told the club's official website: "It's a great club, everyone has made me feel very welcome and I am looking forward to a successful season."

Smalley added: "I have enjoyed my time here and feel I have more to give. I was pleased with my game last season and contribution to the team, but know I need more goals.

"I am confident I can add that to my game next season and can't wait to report back again."

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