Wycombe’s busy summer/autumn of signings has continued after they added four more players to the squad.

The club confirmed on September 29 that Andre Burley, Andron Georgiou, Malachi Linton, and Anis Mehmeti have all joined the club following successful trials with the Chairboys this summer.

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They have joined the Adams Park outfit following the launch of a B Team program, headed up by Sam Grace.

The program will provide the four youngsters a pathway into first-team action, access to specialist coaching alongside training with the first-team, and enable the players to benefit from more game time during regular practice matches.

Grace, who is the B Team's manager said: “Andre, Andron, Malachi and Anis have done really well since they arrived and deserve this opportunity to develop their ability with us and prove they have what it takes to forge successful careers in the game.

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“We’ve had a close look at dozens of different players over the past couple of months and these four have stood out, not just with their skillsets on the pitch, but their willingness to learn, work hard and adapt to the culture that has brought the club great success in recent years.”

So who are the club’s latest signings?

Andre Burley, 21, is a defender/midfielder who was previously at Reading, who has spent time on loan in Ireland with Waterford United.

Andron Georgiou, 20, made a handful of senior appearances for his former club Stevenage, whilst also enjoying loan spells with Kings Langley, St Albans, and Hendon. He is a winger.

Malachi Linton, 19, is formerly of Ipswich Town, where he also played for Lowestoft Town and Crewe Alexandra.

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Anis Mehmeti, aged 19, left Norwich City’s academy last season and has represented Albania at under-19 level. He plays as an attacking midfielder.

Manager Gareth Ainsworth added: “It’s a big step for the club, bringing in these potential hidden gems who have not quite worked out elsewhere.

“But we believe we have what it takes to kick on and provide real competition for places in the first team further down the track.

“Each of them has stood up to the challenge when training with our senior players and I’m excited by their potential, particularly because I know they will learn a lot by working closely with Sam and also receiving guidance from our first-team regulars on a day-to-day basis.

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“Expanding the squad by bringing in these four lads is a testament to how far the club has come in the past few years.

"Also, the vision and support of Rob Couhig who has backed us to continue to take things in the right direction and develop more young players who will hopefully go on to achieve success for themselves and for the club.”