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Oxford United have been boosted ahead of the forthcoming WSL 2 Spring Series with the news that four members of the first team squad have agreed new deals with the club.
Jess Frampton, Lauren Haynes, Maddison Lee and Holly Pickett have all put pen to paper and are set to feature in the club's first competitive match of the season against Coventry United in the SSE Women's FA Cup Third Round this Sunday.
Jess Frampton said: "I'm delighted to have been given another opportunity to play with a team I know supports me. I can't wait for us all, as a team, to better ourselves in the upcoming season and show what we are really capable of.
"We were a little bit frustrated with where we finished this season, but I'm genuinely blessed to be where I am and wear THE yellow shirt. I wouldn't change it for anything, regardless of our results."
Lauren Haynes added: "I'm really excited and delighted to re-sign for Oxford United again for next season. I developed a lot as a player throughout last season and the club has a great philosophy and really good people who all play a huge part in helping the club become the best it can be. I just want to get back to it now and continue to develop and become the best player I can be but also helping the team fulfil its potential. We had a tough time last year but I feel confident as a club we are heading in the right direction to hit our targets next season."
"Last year was a learning experience, and its great that we have managed to keep the same group together for the Spring Series," said Maddison Lee. "We are a young team who know we will have to work hard to accomplish more that we did last year, but its very exciting and we are ready to prove ourselves. This shorter season is the perfect opportunity to build this team and prepare for the season later on in the year."
Holly Pickett, who has now been with the club for nine years, commented: ""I am happy to sign a new deal with Oxford United FC, I enjoy being apart of the football club. Despite the league position last year, I feel in spells we had a great run of games and some good results against tough opposition during the season. We are confident the spring series will give us an opportunity to gain momentum and a great platform to take us in to the beginning of the WSL2 season."
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