Goals will give me Kudus with Arabs.
The former Spurs striker, 20, is looking to kickstart his career with the Arabs.
And Oyenuga said: "I believe I can score goals at this level and improve as a player.
"I know this is an excellent opportunity and I'm looking to make an immediate impact within the team.
"I'm buzzing to be part of the squad for the next three years."
Former Spurs youth pal Calum Butcher has also joined Jackie McNamara's men.
The 22-year-old stopper said: "I will improve as a player at United. The fans will enjoy my style of defending and I'm ready to step up."
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|Publication:||Daily Record (Glasgow, Scotland)|
|Date:||Jul 6, 2013|
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