OXFORD City and Banbury United have moved to strengthen their attacking options for next season.

Striker Stefan Brown has joined City, while the Puritans have brought in Pablo Haysham and Nabil Shariff.

The experienced Brown, 29, has had spells at Maidenhead United, Basingstoke Town and AFC Totton.

He was in Vanarama National League South last season with Wealdstone, who this week signed Dejon Noel-Williams following his release by Oxford United.

City boss Mark Jones told the club's website: "Stefan was part of the Wealdstone side that reached the play-offs last year, he picked up a couple of injuries that curtailed his season, but we’re confident that he can come in and make a big impact for us."

Haysham is a former City and Didcot Town attacking midfielder, who won three successive promotions with Hereford.

He has been confirmed as a full-time coach at Oxford United's academy working with the under 7-11s and will combine that role with playing for Banbury.

For Shariff it is a fourth spell at the Spencer Stadium for the striker, who was at Stratford Town last season.

Banbury manager Mike Ford told the club's website: "Pablo has won a championship medal at this level and having played at Hereford in front of a large expectant crowd every week will bring excellent experience to the group.

"Again he fits the profile of a player we are looking to attract, good attitude combined with excellent footballing ability."