Wycombe Wanderers have confirmed the signing of Everton midfielder Dennis Adeniran on a season-long loan.

The 21-year-old, who has yet to play for the Toffees, is the club’s eighth signing so far this campaign.

Speaking of Adeniran’s arrival, Ainsworth said: “Dennis is an exciting young talent who has all the attributes to become a really important player for us this season.

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“He’s a really energetic, box-to-box midfielder, and comes here eager to learn and develop his game, which we believe he can do just like many other young loanees who’ve joined us early in their careers.

“We’ve had a few injury and suspension problems in the middle of the park so Dennis arrives at a key time and adds extra competition for places.”

Adeniran began his career with Fulham and became the Cottagers’ youngest ever scorer, netting on his senior debut in a League Cup victory against Leyton Orient in 2016.

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He also appeared for England Under-17s in the European Championships that summer, and went on to represent the Young Lions at Under-18 and Under-19 level, before moving to Everton in August 2017.

He joins Uche Ikpeazu, Ryan Tafazolli, Daryl Horgan, David Stockdale, Curtis Anderson, Jason McCarthy, and Giles Phillips as Wycombe's other signings so far this season.

Adeniran will wear the number 24 shirt for Wycombe.