Wycombe Wanderers striker Brandon Hanlan has provided an update as he continues to recover from his ACL injury.

The 27-year-old has not played competitive football since November 11, 2023, when he was badly hurt in the Chairboys’ 1-0 home less against Stevenage.

Boro captain Carl Piergianni threw him to the ground and was treated for some time before being stretchered off the pitch.

This meant his season ended prematurely with three goals from 19 matches.

However, despite Wanderers campaign ending just over two weeks ago and with the club’s players on their summer holidays, Hanlan is continuing with his recovery.

The forward is spending some time St George's Park this summer, the base for where the England players train.

And in a social media post that was shared on May 14, the ex-Bristol Rovers man revealed that he was running for the time in six months, despite having 60 per cent body weight.

Speaking at the back end of last season, manager Matt Bloomfield revealed when he’d like the forward to return to the squad.

He said: “I think it’ll be back end of pre-season.

“With these things, the last thing we want to do is rush him.

“This injury means a very long rehabilitation period and you need to do it properly.

“We want to get the Brandon Hanlan before the injury back.

“It might take a bit of time because he’ll have to feel his way back into it, but I think we’ve got the balance between giving him time and looking forward to having him back.

“Behind the scenes, he’s working so hard as he’s doing his work as diligently as you can.

“I had this injury so I know how tough it is to go into the gym day in and day out when everyone is out on the grass preparing for games.

“I believe he’ll have a couple of weeks at St George’s Park over the summer to continue his work while the medical team staff have a bit of time off.

“And we’ll hope to work him back in as soon as he can.”