Wycombe Wanderers have re-signed Birmingham City goalkeeper David Stockdale on loan until the end of the season.

The 34-year-old, who has played in the Premier League for Fulham, was at the club last season, where he signed on an emergency one-week loan.

He joins the club after second-choice keeper Cameron Yates, picked-up an injury at the start of the month.

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In his previous spell at the club, Stockdale played twice, where Wycombe defeated Shrewsbury Town and Accrington Stanley.

Speaking to the club’s website, Gareth Ainsworth said: Ainsworth said: “David made a big impression on us last season, on and off the pitch, and we’re really pleased to have him back to strengthen the goalkeeping department.

“Ryan has had a very good season so far, and played a big part in us reaching where we are in the table, and we want to be sure of having the strongest squad possible for the run-in.”

Stockdale will be in the squad for Wycombe’s match against Blackpool on January 28.