Louie Sibley has said his Derby County goodbyes.

It was announced earlier this week that the Academy graduate had decided to bring his long association with the club to an end following the expiry of his contract.

The versatile midfielder was out of contract at the end of June and fresh terms were offered, but Sibley has decided to continue his playing career with Oxford United and sealed his move to the Kassam Stadium on Wednesday.

Sibley, who is 22, first linked up with the club at Under-8s level and progressed right through the ranks in the Academy and into the first team fold.

He left Derby after making 173 senior appearances in total, of which 101 were starts, and scoring 20 goals. He played 44 times and scored six goals in all competitions in the promotion-winning side from Sky League One during the 2023/24 season.

Sibley posted his final goodbyes on Instagram on Thursday evening.

We wish you all the best, Sibs!