Wycombe Wanderers have completed their first signing of the summer as midfielder Olly Pendlebury pens a deal with the club.

Pendlebury is a former England under-16 captain and signed his first professional contract with Reading in January 2019.

He featured once for the first team in an FA Cup tie against Luton last season.

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The defensive midfielder played most of his time out with the Royals for their under-23 side making 11 appearances.

The 19-year-old will now join the Chairboy’s development squad which is led by Sam Grace, who previously worked with the youngster at Reading.

Grace told WWFC:  “Olly is a really talented youngster who has made excellent progress over the past couple of years, and it’s great to be able to bring him to Wycombe Wanderers.

"I first saw him playing at Marlow as an eight-year-old and his determination and qualities on the ball were apparent even back then.

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"It’s been fantastic to see his career develop ever since.

“It’s an exciting time for the club to be going into the second year of the development squad, with more players coming through the door this summer, and we're confident of going from strength to strength over the coming months and years.”