Former Wycombe Wanderers fan favourite Anthony Stewart has signed for League One and county rivals, Milton Keynes.

The 30-year-old joins the north Buckinghamshire club on loan from Aberdeen for the rest of the season, after suffering a mixed first-half of the campaign in Scotland.

Initially joining on a free transfer and immediately being made club captain, Stewart played 29 times and scored once for the reds, but he was sent off on two occasions in the space of four games.

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His performances in recent weeks have also been heavily scrutinized by fans and critics, and a move away from the Pittodrie-based club seemed inventible for the ex-Wanderers hero.

Speaking on joining MK, Stewart said: “I'm delighted to be here and I am looking forward to the opportunity to showcase my ability and most importantly get the club to where they want to be,

"Having played against the Dons in the past, it was an exciting opportunity that I couldn’t miss.

“I am aware of the situation of the Club and I look forward to bringing my experiences to the squad and helping them climb back up the table to where they belong.

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"When I heard about the interest from my agent, it was something I had to reflect on and take into consideration.

“MK Dons is a big club, with lots of potential and growth, and I look forward to meeting my teammates, the management, and more importantly, the fans. I am prepped and geared for the remaining season.

"I look forward to joining the squad and playing my part to help build the structure within the team and push forward for the rest of the season and continue to climb the table."

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In other news, former Wanderers defender Arron Pierre has joined AFC Wimbledon on a deal until the end of the season.

The 29-year-old spent the first-half of the campaign at Sutton, but only played three times.

During his time at Adams Park, Pierre played 148 times.