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Striker thrilled at United move

Striker thrilled at United move

New signing Kudus Oyenuga is delighted to have joined Dundee United after playing non-league football last season.

The 20-year-old former Tottenham Hotspur trainee made his United debut in the second-half of their weekend opening 4-1 friendly defeat to Union Berlin.

"It was good to get a solid 45 minutes under my belt," Oyenuga told the Dundee Courier. "Pre-season is all about getting your legs going again and I actually think it was a good first game for us despite the scoreline."

Both Oyenuga and fellow new recruit and former Spurs youngster Calum Butcher actually spent time playing for English Conference side Hayes & Yeading United last term.

"I am delighted because a month and a half ago I was in the Conference and now here I am at a great team in Scotland," he continued. "I know United are a massive club so I appreciate getting this move."

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Date:Tuesday July 9 2013
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