YORK City have completed the signing of defender Lanre Oyebanjo - two years after he quit the club for Crawley.

The rightback, 26, has signed a one-year deal with the option of a further 12 months at Bootham Crescent .

He played a key part in the Minstermen’s return to the Football League in 2012 and went on to claim the Clubman of the Year award at the end of his three year spell with the club.

Oyebanjo had previously turned out for Waltham Forest, Brentford and Histon before York originally secured his signature in June 2011.

Over the course of the next 11 months, Oyebanjo not only helped City win promotion via the National League play-offs, but scored the second goal in a 2-0 victory over Newport County AFC in the FA Trophy Final at Wembley Stadium.

After helping the Minstermen retain their EFL status the following season, he continued to impress during the 2013/14 campaign after making 46 appearances as Nigel Worthington’s side reach the League Two play-offs after a remarkable rise up the table.

He had been having medicals at the club this week following knee trouble last season.