Wycombe manager Gareth Ainsworth believes new signings Ryan Tafazoli and Daryl Horgan are ‘cracking players’, as the Chairboys get ready for their first-ever season in the Championship.

Both players signed on September 2 from Hibernian and Hull City respectively, with former Manchester City youth team goalkeeper Curtis Anderson also joining the club on a free transfer, but the 19-year-old stopper will more than likely be playing in the under 23 matches.

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Following Wycombe’s latest arrivals, Ainsworth said: “There is Championship experience in both players I’ve signed.

“The first-team boys are both cracking players I’ve chased for a long time.

“Culturally, they fit in and footballing wise, they’re very good.

“We need to get them into the Wycombe way of things and I’m sure both will be very adaptable and marry into the way we do things.

“They’re real good characters to get through the door.”

Irishman Horgan made a name for himself in his native country, predominantly for Dundalk, and even has experience of European competition in the form of the UEFA Europa League.

Tafazoli, meanwhile, has worked his way up through the English football pyramid, having played in the Conference Premier, League Two, League One and the Championship with club such as Mansfield Town, Peterborough United and Hull.

He has also joined on a two-year-deal.

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Goalkeeper Curtis Anderson joined the club on a one-year-deal on the same day after being released from his previous club, Charlotte Independence, last August.

Ainsworth added: “Anderson is a young kid with tremendous potential with the England U17 WC experience and Manchester City training experience.”

It is thought that the young keeper will predominantly play for the newly formed Under 23s squad.

All three are to be assessed over the coming days as to whether they are in contention to play any part in the EFL Cup fixture against Brentford on Sunday.