ROBBIE Cundy, who came through the youth system at Oxford United, has completed a move to Sky Bet Championship side Bristol City.

The 21-year-old, released by the U's in 2017, impressed for Bath City last season in Vanarama National League South, winning a hat-trick of awards - the players' player, supporters' player and manager's player accolades.

That alerted a number of Football League sides, and he has now put pen-to-paper on a two-year deal, with the option of a third, at the Robins.

Cundy's sole appearance for United came in an EFL Trophy clash at Dagenham & Redbridge in November 2015.

He then enjoyed loan spells at five different clubs, including Oxford City, before joining Gloucester City and then moving to Bath.

Cundy will be reunited with Callum O'Dowda and head physio Andrew Proctor and is hoping they will help him with a smooth transition.

“I’m sure they will help me settle in,” he told Bristol City's website.

“I’ll come in at Under-23s level first and maybe go on loan somewhere, get some games at a high level and get more experience from that.

“Hopefully if I do well it will lead on to better things here but we will have to wait and see.”