Tonight's Cardiff City news as saviour gets fitting send-off and striker opens up on 'best day'

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Here's your round-up of the latest Cardiff City news for Monday, May 27.

Davies signs off in style in Belgium

Isaak Davies is set to return to Cardiff City for pre-season after his successful loan spell at Kortrijk.

The 22-year-old has was named player of the year at the Belgian side, netting 12 goals in 34 appearances, and will be hoping to make his mark on the Bluebirds upon his return.

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Davies is contracted in the capital until 2025, although there has already been speculation over his future at the club.

Kortrijk avoided relegation from the top flight by beating Lommel in a play-off over the weekend, and are owned by City owner Vincent Tan.

Harris - promotion best day of my career

Former Cardiff City forward Mark Harris says promotion with Oxford United was the best day of his career so far.

A brace from fellow former Bluebird Josh Murphy was enough to hand the U's a 2-0 win over Bolton Wanderers at Wembley in the League One play-off final, a sensational crescendo to a season that had seen Harris net 19 goals for the season.

“It was the best day in football I’ve ever had. That feeling when that final whistle went was indescribable," he said.

“The way the fans have been in the last few months, they’ve pushed us along. We were in a tough time three months ago, we lost 5-0 to Bolton, but the fans have been brilliant.

“All the lads have been brilliant. We’re all together and we’ve all worked hard in this group, and we’ve done it.”

Davies relishing international duty

Cardiff City U18s attacker Jake Davies says he's relishing his time with Wales' U17s at the European Championships in Cyprus.

Wales ended their campaign with a 1-1 draw with Croatia in their final group game. But despite failing to advance from Group B, Davies insists he's enjoyed the experience.

"It's been a great experience for us all so far," Jake began. "Obviously, we're disappointed with the results in the first two games, but we're looking to bounce back in the final game against Croatia.

"I can take a lot from this camp. It's great for all of us and it will help us when we go back to our clubs."