A former Antigua and Barbuda international midfielder has signed for Banbury United.

AJ George previously played for the club in 2015 when he signed on loan from Oxford United.

He made three appearances, and one start away at Cambridge City before joining Mansfield in 2016.

George then had loan spells at Mickleover Sports, Hednesford Town and North Ferriby United during his time at the then-League Two club.

Permanent spells with Chippenham Town, Oxford City, AFC Rushden and Diamonds and Tamworth followed, before most recently playing his football for Redditch United.

The 27-year-old has also represented Antigua and Barbuda on the international stage, scoring on his debut against Aruba in a Caribbean Cup Qualifying match back in 2016.

He said: "After talking through things with Simon, I’m excited to get going and see what the season has to offer.

"My goals and the club's goals align and that's a big reason for me being here."

George is the fourth signing for the club after midfield Gift Mussa, defender Yaw Ofosu and 18-year-old goalkeeper Logan Elliott have put pen to paper.

Last month, former Malmoe assistant manager Simon Hollyhead was announced as the new boss at Banbury United.

The Puritans, who were relegated from Vanarama National League North this season, will play in the Southern League Premier Division next season.

The Puritans said in a statement that Hollyhead turned down opportunities in the Football League.