Davies, the son of Saints coach Andy Davies, spent a short spell on loan at Rowley Park earlier this season and played a steadying and confident role in the centre of the park, especially in the 7-0 win at Cambridge City at the end of August. Club chairman Mike Kearns told St Neots website: We all know of Jays quality from his time with us on loan. His transfer has been one of hard negotiation but we are delighted he has finally joined us. The 20-year-old was a trainee at Peterborough United and spent loan spells with Woking and Farnborough before joining Woking full time last year. During his time at the Blue Square Bet Premier Division club, Davies has made 23 appearances, scoring one goal, but has struggled to hold down a place in Gary Hills first team this season. He is likely to start in midfield on Saturday when Iain Parrs Saints travel to Southern League Premier Division leaders Stourbridge. There, the manager will be hoping his team get back to winning ways following their Tuesday night 2-1 defeat to Redditch United.