Oxford United have completed the signing of former Port Vale forward Sean Rigg on a two-year deal.
Rigg, 23, who can play as a winger or a striker, scored 10 goals for Vale last season, including one against the U's.
He began his career at Bristol Rovers, making his debut in 2006, and had loan spells at Grays Athletic and Forest Green Rovers before joining Vale.
"Sean is a player we have been watching for a while now," said Oxford manager Chris Wilder.
"He can play all along the front line and scored ten times last season from wide left.
"We create a lot of chances here and are confident that he can score goals for us. We are looking for that extra bit of quality in the final third and we are delighted to have Sean here."