Wycombe Wanderers striker D’Mani Mellor has moved to League Two Rochdale on loan for the rest of the season.

The 22-year-old, who joined the Chairboys last summer on a free transfer from Manchester United, has played just 12 times for the club, scoring once. 

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His most recent outing was in the 1-0 defeat against Cheltenham Town on November 19.

Since then, he has been excluded from the last eight matchday squads.

Mellor arrived at Adams Park following a successful trial period in the spring/summer of last year, but after starting just one league match for Wycombe, a move to the Dale is to help the young forward 'get more minutes' under his belt.

He is now the fifth attacking player to depart Wycombe this window, with Connor Parsons, Ali Al-Hamadi, Sullay Kaikai, and Daryl Horgan all leaving for pastures new.

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It is now highly probable that the club will bring in a new face before Tuesday night's deadline, with manager Gareth Ainsworth revealing after the 2-0 victory over Oxford United on January 24 that he will only sign a player 'for the right price'. 

The transfer window will close at 11pm on January 31, although clubs can sign free agents after Tuesday's deadline.