THEO Bundock has returned to Oxford City Stars after two years spent playing in Canada.

The 21-year-old forward came through the Stars youth ranks before crossing the Atlantic.

He scored 26 goals for Grey Highland Hawks and nine for Bancroft Rockhounds during his time in Ontario.

And now Bundock the forward is back at a club where he spent six years in the youth set-up.

He was also a part of the double-winning side in the 2017/18 season, scoring five times in 11 appearances.

He said: “I’ve played abroad for a couple of seasons and I’m really looking forward to being back in my hometown.

“I think the team has a lot of potential this season and I’m excited about what we can do.”

Dean Birrell, Stars’ head coach said: “Theo went abroad for two seasons and put up some impressive numbers with a lot of goals and assists.

“He will have benefited from more ice time and the life experience of living abroad and returns to the UK a stronger player.

“Theo is young, fast, a goal scorer and a hard worker.

“I’m looking forward to working with him and hopefully establishing him as part of a new generation of young talented players that can be at Oxford for years to come.”