OXFORD City plan to invite their entire squad back to training during pre-season.

The club’s remaining games were cancelled by the Vanarama National League last month.

But virtually everything else about the future remains up in the air due to ongoing coronavirus restrictions.

City have been preparing for pre-season along traditional dates this summer, but are aware it could change amid so much uncertainty over when crowds could be allowed to return at their level.

David Oldfield, who only had one league game with the side before the season was shut down, has been in touch with the players.

The entire squad is now out of contract, but making final decisions over their futures is difficult in the current environment.

Instead, those who are available will be welcomed back when training for the new campaign begins.

Oldfield said: “We have been in communication with the players and we are still finalising decisions.

“We haven’t made any offers because nobody knows what’s happening.

“We have invited all of them back for pre-season, whenever that is.

“I’m keen to see all of them in pre-season and get to know them.”

Meanwhile, City’s academy programme – revamped to be called Velocity – is recruiting for next season.

Aimed at boys and girls aged 16-18, it combines studying with football under head coach Mickey Lewis.

A webinar is being held on Wednesday, June 3 to provide more information for those interested.

Email courses@ignitesportuk.com to register.