Wycombe Wanderers manager Matt Bloomfield admitted this stage of the season ‘is a difficult time to make decisions’ as player’s contracts come to their expiration date.

It was announced on May 2 that the Chairboys will not renew deals for six players, which include Max Stryjek and Kane Vincent-Young.

The Polish national was the club’s number-one keeper following his arrival at Adams Park in August 2022, but lost his place after being sent off against Stevenage in February this year.

His deputy, Franco Ravizzoli, has now claimed the position as his own, with Stryjek being loaned out to Crewe Alexandra in the middle of April.

Bloomfield said: “It’s a difficult time to make decisions to let players go and I’d like to thank them for all their hard work for this club during their time here.

“In particular, Max was our first-choice keeper for nearly two years and was unfortunate to lose his place after his red card in February.

“But I know he’s keen to explore new opportunities and we hope he can end this season on a high during his loan with Crewe in the play-offs, and find the move that’s right for him this summer.”

Taking to social media, Stryjek has thanked everyone at the club for the past two years, but revealed he has goals in playing in a ‘higher league’.

He said: “I wanted to take a moment to express my gratitude to the club and everyone involved for the past two years that I have spent playing for Wycombe Wanderers.

“It has been an incredible experience and one that I will always cherish.

“I understand and respect the decision not to extend my contract, due to the club’s financial constraints and my own ambition to play in a higher league.

“I want to thank you for the opportunities you have given me and for the support and guidance I have received during my time at the club.

“I will always look back on my time at Wycombe Wanderers with fond memories and I am grateful for the friendships and relationships I have formed along the way.

“I wish the club all the best in the future and hope for continued success on and off the pitch.

“Thank you again for everything and I will always be grateful for the opportunity to have represented Wycombe Wanderers.”