Banbury United manager Paul Davis has lured Kynan Isaac back to Spencer Stadium to boost the club’s relegation fight in the Evo-Stik Southern League.
Isaac, who has been with Luton Town since the summer, has had spells at Oxford City and Hemel Hempstead Town this season but Davis has managed to persuade the Hatters to allow him to come on-loan for a month.
There is no doubting Isaac’s ability and he contributed more than two thirds of the Puritans’ goals in his last spell at Spencer Stadium, either scoring them or making them, and bagged 27 goals in 77 appearances.
Davis said: “The bottom line is that Kynan Isaac is a professional footballer and when a full-time pro becomes available we need to take advantage, I know what he can give us in the final third.”
Isaac will be available for Saturday’s premier division clash with Truro City at Spencer Stadium.