ZAC McEachran has re-signed for Oxford City.

The attacking midfielder put pen to paper to stay at the Vanarama National League North club for next season earlier today.

Despite missing a long period of the 2018/19 campaign with a knee injury, McEachran still netted 11 goals in 35 appearances for City, including a hat-trick in the Emirates FA Cup.

Manager Mark Jones is thrilled to keep one of his key players.

He told the club: “I’m delighted that Zac has agreed to stay with us for another season.

“It was a frustrating one for him and us last year.

“With him missing a large proportion of the season through injury, we’re confident at the club now that he’s fine, and we’re looking forward to Zac having a good period with us next year.

“We see him as a very important player. His ability and creativity is up there with the best at our level, and to have a player like that is very important to the way that we play.”

City announced earlier today that Ryan Case, Bobson Bawling, Tom Carter, and John O’Donoghue have left the club.