Former Wycombe Wanderers goalkeeper Adam Przybek has officially joined League Two Walsall.

The 22-year-old, who spent one season with the Chairboys, has penned a deal with the Midlands side and will officially join the club on July 1 this year.

Przybek signed for Wycombe in the summer of last year and played seven times during the 2021/22 campaign, keeping two clean sheets.

They were both in the Berks and Bucks Cup against Long Crendon and Ascot United respectively.

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Upon signing for the Saddlers, he said: “As soon as I spoke to the Head Coach it was appealing.

“He has big ambitions for the club and I get to move closer to home so, for me, it was a no-brainer.

“I am still young, and I have got big ambitions in the game.

“For me, the move just made sense, and hopefully it is the right step for me now.”

This will be the goalkeeper’s 10th club since 2018, with all of his 24 league career appearances coming in the Non League for Worcester City, Gloucester City, Rushall Olympic, Braintree Town, Concord Rangers and Chesterfield respectively.

As well as the sides mentioned above, the Welsh Under 21 international has also been on the books at Ipswich Town and West Bromwich Albion.

Head coach Michael Flynn added: “We’re delighted to add Adam to the squad.

“He’s a Wales U21s international and has a bright future.

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“He’s been at Ipswich; he’s been at Wycombe and both goalkeepers will provide each other with good competition.”

This comes on the same day that Walsall signed Owen Evans from Cheltenham Town.

On his departure, Wycombe Wanderers said: “#Chairboys wishes @PrzyAdam the best of luck in his new adventure at @WFCOfficial.

“We thank you for all your efforts last season, Adam!”

Following Przybek’s departure along with David Stockdale’s move to Sheffield Wednesday, Wycombe Wanderers currently have one goalkeeper in their ranks, which is development player Tyla Dickinson.