Wycombe Wanderers striker Brandon Hanlan has confirmed he will miss the remainder of the season with an ACL injury.

The 26-year-old was stretchered off during the Chairboys’ 1-0 home loss against Stevenage on November 11 after being fouled by Boro captain, Carl Piergianni.

Incredibly, referee Ben Speedie decided to award the visitors a free-kick.

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In all, Hanlan was treated for roughly 10 minutes and was given oxygen as he left the Adams Park pitch.

This same fixture also saw Wanderers’ defensive midfielder Luke Leahy suffer a serious head injury, where he was treated for nearly 20 minutes.

Taking to X, formerly known as Twitter, Hanlan said: “After being stretchered off on the weekend due to an injury to my ACL, I will miss out on the rest of this season

“It’s hard to take right now and a long road to recovery but I will be back stronger.

“I want to thank the fans and everyone for all the messages and support.”

The former Bristol Rovers man, who was on the verge of joining Wrexham at the end of the previous transfer window, has scored 14 goals in 98 appearances for the Chairboys, which includes netting three times in 19 fixtures this season.

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His absence means Wycombe are only left with Dale Taylor, Tjay De Barr and Kieran Sadlier as their only fit strikers.

However, David Wheeler and Garath McCleary can play up top if needed.

Wanderers’ next match is against AFC Wimbledon in the EFL Trophy on November 18 at Adams Park.