Wycombe Wanderers manager Matt Bloomfield has revealed that the club will ‘help’ Kane Vincent-Young ‘get back to full fitness’ after it was revealed the latter will not be staying with the Chairboys next season.

The left-wing back signed a one-year deal with the Adams Park side 12 months ago from Ipswich Town, playing 21 times during the 2023/24 campaign.

However, his solitary year in Buckinghamshire was hit with two lengthy spells on the sidelines.

The ex-Colchester United man played the first seven league games of the season but missed three months of the campaign between September and December with a quadriceps injury.

He returned to the squad just before Christmas and regularly featured until he suffered a recurrence of his previous injury in the 1-0 loss away at Stevenage at the end of February.

His setback occurred just half-an-hour into the contest.

Speaking on Vincent-Young’s time at Adams Park, Bloomfield said: “Kane has been really unfortunate with injuries, but he looked a really promising player for us when he stepped on the pitch.

“So we’re looking forward to helping him get back to full fitness and seeing what opportunities open up for him at that point.”

Vincent-Young is one of six people to leave Wycombe once their contract expires at the end of June, whilst six loan players will return to their parent clubs.

With 12 faces leaving Adams Park, the manager admitted that the hunt to look at new players is already underway.

He added: “My staff and I are already making good progress with recruitment plans for the new season and the hard work never stops because I am passionate about building on what we’ve achieved so far and delivering.”