Former Huddersfield Town striker Danny Carr has left Cambridge United by mutual consent 12 months into a two-year contract.

The 22-year-old made only two starts and four appearances from the bench for the League II club and was loaned out to Aldershot and Woking.

Town had high hopes of Carr when they signed him from non-league Dulwich Hamlet in 2013.

But the former Reading trainee was unable to make the breakthrough.

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He registered only one start, away to Hull City in the third round of the Capital One Cup in September 2013.

And at Championship level, Carr managed only two substitute appearances, both in 2013/14.

He had loan spells at Fleetwood Town, Mansfield Town and Dagenham & Redbridge.

Cambridge have signed Medy Edito on a two-year contract after the winger rejected a new deal at Newport County.

Meanwhile Shaun Derry’s side are to visit Town head coach David Wagner’s German homeland in pre-season.

As part of a training camp in Eindhoven in Holland, they will head over the border for games against Uerdingen and Wattenscheid.

The Abbey Stadium club, who dropped into the National League from 2005-2014, finished ninth last season.

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Their first spell in the Football League began in 1970, when they were elected in place of the original Bradford Park Avenue.

Former Notts County manager and one-time Sheffield United, Leeds United, Crystal Palace and Queens Park Rangers midfielder Derry, 38, succeeded Richard Money at the helm in November.