OXFORD United travel north today with all four strikers available for the first time this season.

Agon Mehmeti is due to be on the team bus ahead of tomorrow’s clash at Bradford City after recovering from a torn hamstring.

He adds another option for Pep Clotet, who has been limited tactically by injuries in recent weeks.

On Boxing Day he changed to a 4-4-2 for the first time, pairing Jon Obika with Wes Thomas, while Gino van Kessel played out wide.

It gives Clotet, who has largely used a 4-2-3-1 system this season, added flexibility and make the U’s less predictable.

He said: “Agon has been working on his fitness for three weeks now, so I think he will be available for Saturday.

“The fact we have some of the injured players back allows us to have options.

“That helps us to really analyse the opposition and see how we can cause them problems without losing our ability to be solid.

“They will need a few games working together to get gelled, but I think it will be positive.”