Wycombe Wanderers defensive midfielder Luke Leahy has thanked the club’s fans following his head injury in the recent 1-0 loss against Stevenage.

The defeat at Adams Park was overshadowed by two serious incidents involving the ex-Bristol Rovers man, and striker Brandon Hanlan, who both left the fixture via a stretcher.

Leahy, who has only been at the club since July, collided with teammate Josh Scowen when clearing a Boro cross in the 82nd minute of the fixture, where he suffered a concussion.

It has since been confirmed he was ‘unresponsive’ for several seconds before regaining consciousness by then he left the stadium, where he was taken straight to Stoke Mandeville Hospital. 

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He, along with Hanlan who sustained a nasty knee injury, were observed by medics overnight before being discharged on Sunday.

Taking to X, formerly known as Twitter, Leahy said: “Thank you to everyone that has messaged over the last couple of days, I appreciate every single one of them.

“Thank you to everyone associated with the club, the way you looked after me and especially my family is something we won’t forget.

“Thank you to my teammates for quickly realising and getting the attention of physios and doctors, and lastly, thank you to the members of staff at South Central Ambulance Service and the staff at Stoke Mandeville Hospital.”

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It is not known when Leahy and Hanlan will return to action.

Wycombe’s next competitive fixture is against AFC Wimbledon on November 21 in the Football League Trophy.