Wycombe Wanderers forward Brandon Hanlan has described Tjay De Barr as ‘class’ following the duo’s partnership in the club’s 2-0 triumph over Bristol Rovers.

The victory at the Memorial Stadium on March 14 saw Hanlan bag his third of the campaign after being assisted by the Gibraltarian.

The result means the Chairboys have moved three points off the play-off places in what was their 18th league win of the season.

They have also kept 16 clean sheets in the league, with goalkeeper Max Strjyek keeping 15.

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Hanlan, who Wanderers signed from Rovers in the summer of 2021, told the Free Press: “For me, a goal is a goal regardless of who I play against.

“I’m not the type to really care if it was against a former club or not as I’m happy to score.

"Hopefully we can push on from here.

On starting alongside De Barr for the first time in his Wycombe career, he added: “I think Tjay has been class every time he has played.

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“He took his chance when he played as the gaffer believes in him.

"Tjay gives nothing but positive energy."

Finally, on his campaign so far, the 25-year-old added: "For me, it has been a stop-start season so I am just happy to get minutes and play.

“I just want to try and help the team and hopefully score a few more goals.”