Wycombe Wanderers manager Matt Bloomfield has confirmed that full-back Kane Vincent-Young is expected to be out ‘for a little while’ following his latest injury setback.

The 27-year-old hobbled off after just 30 minutes in the club’s 1-0 away loss against Stevenage, in which suffered a problem with his quadriceps.

It’s the second major injury the ex-Ipswich Town man has suffered this season, after a problem with his hamstring caused him to sit on the sidelines for three months.

Since moving to Adams Park in the summer, Vincent-Young has played 21 times in all competitions.

Speaking after Wycombe’s 2-0 victory against Cheltenham on February 27, Bloomfield said: “Kane is out for a little while which we’re disappointed with.

“Saxon Early is also out for a little while and we’re all forgetting that Brandon Hanlan has been out for a long time too.

“He was a key part of our plans and was a huge player us at the start of the season, and we’ve not been able to use him since November.

“But the business we’ve done in January was really important due to our schedule.

“Whilst you’ll get some disappointing players who don’t play, I’ll try and be as honest as I can with them.

“For us to be at our best, we needed to chop and change for a bit so that’ll probably be the way between now and the end of the season.

“This is a positive as it’ll give lots of the players minutes under their belt.”

One positive on the injury front is that centre back Chris Forino is due to return ‘soon’ following his spell out.

The 23-year-old hasn’t played since the 4-1 victory over the Brighton & Hove Albion U21s at the end of January.

Bloomfield continued: “Chris isn’t too far away – he twisted his ankle when we played Brighton making a brilliant challenge, so losing him was a big blow.

“But, he’s back out on the grass.

“He’s not ready yet, but he’s not too far away.”

Up next for Wycombe is a home fixture against Barnsley on Saturday.