Oxford United have offered Aaron McCreadie a first professional contract - but have told striker Harvey Bradbury he will not get a new deal.

The midfielder has been with the club since he was nine years old and has been in outstanding form for the under 18s this season, earning him the chance to turn professional this summer.

Bradbury, who joined from Watford at the start of the season, twice came off the bench for United's first team this season, but has been on loan at Woking since the new year.

Academy Manager Dan Harris told United's website: “Aaron is an Oxford boy and has a huge affinity with his local club.

"He has had an excellent year and now he gets the chance to keep progressing and impress us for an extra year.

"He has a fantastic attitude, wants to learn all the time and we think is another really exciting signing for the future.”

He added: "It has been a pleasure to have Harvey here and we wish him well for the future.

"He has shown what he can do for Woking and by talking it through with him early we hope it makes it easier for him to find a club for next season.

"I am sure there will be plenty of clubs ready to welcome him.”