Wycombe Wanderers have confirmed that utility player Jasper Pattenden has joined Non League Dorking on a two-month loan deal.

The 20-year-old, who signed for the club from Worthing back in July, has featured in seven of the Chairboys’ matches this season, which includes two appearances in League One.

His move to Surrey will see Pattenden team up with manager Marc Beard.

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The two worked together when they were both at Brighton & Hove Albion during the 2010s.

Pattenden said: "It's an exciting opportunity for me.

“It's a club I'm very familiar with in terms of the staff and management - I know Marc and I've got that familiarity with Mark Beard from my time at Brighton, so I understand what the club wants to do.

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“When the opportunity came up to join on loan until January, I felt it was one that would be good for me - playing regular minutes at a club that plays fantastic football.

"I'm really looking forward to getting started and helping the boys in any way I can."

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Manager Marc White added: "Jasper is someone that we've known for several years as part of Worthing's really successful team and a well-regarded player.

“He's an exciting winger that can play on both sides, an amazing character, and will fit into the club really well.

“We're really excited to have him on board."

Pattenden's favoured position is to be in central midfield, but he has been deployed as a right-back so far for Wycombe.