CAMERON Brannagan targeted another promotion push with Oxford United as he outlined his desire to stay next season.

The midfielder was the big winner at the club’s annual awards ceremony last Sunday, taking home three prizes including supporters’ player and players’ player of the year.

Brannagan was a popular choice after an impressive campaign where he has scored 14 goals and attracted sustained interest from Sky Bet Championship side Blackpool.

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There will inevitably be more speculation over the 25-year-old’s future this summer as he enters the final 12 months of his contract, with the U’s still in Sky Bet League One.

Brannagan has repeatedly stated how happy he is at United and remains as determined as ever to help the club achieve promotion.

He told BBC Oxford: “I’m contracted to the club and I absolutely love it here.

“I’d be lying if I said anything else.

“I’ve always said a big part of your life is not just on the pitch but off the pitch and I’m very happy.

“I just want to focus on my football and when pre-season comes I’ll work hard.

“I want to rebuild and get out of this league.”

Alongside the players’ player and supporters’ player awards, Brannagan also won the Joey Beauchamp Goal of the Season prize for his screamer against Portsmouth in February.

It was one of his most memorable efforts of 2021/22 and came seven days after an incredible display at Gillingham, when he scored four penalties in a 7-2 victory.

In the 48 hours that followed, United rejected two bids from Blackpool for Brannagan, understood to be in the region of £800,000 and £1million respectively.

It followed a lower offer earlier in the month, while the Seasiders also saw an approach knocked back last summer.

Brannagan joined United in January 2018 and has since made 187 appearances, 176 of them starts.

He has scored 29 goals, with almost half of them coming this term.