Wycombe Wanderers right-back Jack Grimmer has signed a new three-year-deal with the club.

The Scotsman joined the club from Coventry City last summer on a free transfer, and played 24 games for the Chairboys, as he helped the Adams Park side get promoted to the Championship.

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Grimmer played in 18 league games last season and was on the losing just once.

It was also revealed that he will wear the number two shirt next season, moving away from the number 19.

The shirt number became vacant after Sido Jombati left the club this summer.

Gareth Ainsworth said: “As soon as we knew Jack was available last summer we moved quickly to bring him to the club and he’s proven to be a fantastic acquisition with his performances on the pitch and his brilliant character in the changing room.

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“He was absolutely flying before picking up an injury before Christmas, but returned for the play-offs and put in three magnificent performances – particularly in the final.

“Keeping him at Adams Park for another three years is great news for us and I’m really pleased that he’s committed his future to Wycombe Wanderers.”

The 26-year-old started his career with Aberdeen before moving to Fulham in 2012, where he enjoyed loan spells with Port Vale and Shrewsbury.

He then joined Coventry in 2017 and helped the club achieve promotion to League One in 2018 via the play-offs.