Wycombe Wanderers have secured a stunning loan swoop, bringing goalkeeper Matt Ingram back to the club on a seven-day loan following injuries to Ryan Allsop and Yves Ma-Kalambay.

Allsop is expected to be sidelined until the New Year are rupturing ankle ligaments during a training session this week, while Ma-Kalambay is unavailable after breaking a bone in his hand in the recent Checkatrade Trophy tie against Oxford United.

Manager Gareth Ainsworth has sealed the move for Ingram from QPR on an emergency loan deal, enabling him to play in Saturday’s Sky Bet League One fixture at Sunderland.

Ainsworth said: "I am pleased to say the calls I have made have paid off and thanks so much to QPR for allowing us to sign Matt on loan.

"We have signed him for seven days and QPR are happy for Matt to come out and play which will be his second coming against Sunderland in the league.

"He is one hell of a keeper and he left Wycombe with nothing but praise and he is a big signing for us and I am pleased to welcome him back in the building.

"It helps that Matt is steady ahead of such a big game. Joe Lumley came in at QPR and got his chance.

"I want to show QPR that he is definitely a number one. We only have him for seven days at the moment and we hope he comes in and does well for us.

“Ryan suffered an unfortunate injury on Monday which looks like it will keep him out of action for a number of weeks, which is a massive blow for us and we’re gutted to lose him as he’s been in excellent form for us since he joined in the summer. Yves is also recovering from a hand injury, and Cameron Yates is a young lad with no EFL experience, so we needed to act fast to get someone in place for Sunderland’s game.

“As a local lad, I’m sure the fans will be delighted to see him in a Wycombe Wanderers kit once again and will give him their full support throughout the match at Sunderland.”

Ingram was handed his EFL debut by Ainsworth in 2013, having developed through the club’s youth system, and went on to make more than 140 appearances for his hometown club, prior to joining QPR in January 2016.

The 24-year-old has made 18 appearances for the Championship club, and played 20 times on loan for Northampton last season.