Wycombe Wanderers have confirmed that Alex Pattison has left the club.

The 23-year-old, who joined the club in the summer of 2019, has departed the Adams Park outfit to join Harrogate Town in League Two.

Last season, the former Middlesbrough midfielder only played six times for the Chairboys as they were relegated from the Championship in their first year as a second-tier club.

He left on May 26

In those six appearances, he played the first two league matches against Rotherham United and Blackburn Rovers respectively in September, before playing three more games in November and December.

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One of these appearances was in the 1-0 away defeat to Bournemouth, where he was shown a straight red card after 64 minutes for a late tackle on Lewis Cook.

He didn’t play again until the dramatic 2-1 win versus Bristol City on April 21, where he came on as a second-half substitute and received a yellow card.

This was his last game for the club.

Overall, he played 30 times for Wanderers across two seasons, failing to score.

Pattison has left Wanderers

In a brief statement, the club said: “We wish him every success for the future.”

He will wear the number 16 shirt at his new club, which was recently vacated by Jon Stead.

The length of his contract and the fee has not been revealed as of yet.