Wycombe Wanderers have confirmed the signing of former West Bromwich Albion goalkeeper Adam Przybek on a one-year contract.

The 20-year-old, who spent the last two seasons with Ipswich Town in League One, joined the Chairboys on July 17 – the same day which saw Wanderers defeat League Two Stevenage in a training match on Marlow Road.

Przybek, who has represented Wales three times for the Under 21 side, has also played for Worcester City, Gloucester City, Rushall Olympic, Braintree Town, Concord Rangers, and Chesterfield in the Non League.

The GK joined on July 17

Manager Gareth Ainsworth said: “Adam came to train with us at the end of last season and Lee Harrison, who I trust implicitly, was a big fan of his.

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“He’s a big lad, he’ll come for the ball, command his area, and he comes in as competition for David Stockdale, who will start as our number one as everybody knows.

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“It’s great to have this talent – with Curtis Anderson as well – under Stocko, who will work with them and nurture them, and with Lee Harrison as well, who does a phenomenal job, Adam is in a good place here.”

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Pryzbek’s arrival, the fourth at Adams Park this summer, came on the same day in which they defeated Stevenage 1-0 in a training match at the club’s Marlow Road training ground, with Scott Kashket getting the winner.

The team that defeated Stevenage

First-half XI: Stockdale, Trialist-DF1, Trialist-DF2, Jacobson, Obita, Pendlebury, Gape, Scowen, McCleary, Kashket, Linton.

Second-half XI: Stockdale, Grimmer, Trialist-DF1, Burley, McCarthy, Trialist-DF-3, Bloomfield, Mehmeti, Horgan, Samuel, Trialist-CF.