Wycombe Wanderers have confirmed the signing of Brandon Hanlan from Bristol Rovers.

The 24-year-old, who spent one season with the Pirates, scored nine goals in 48 matches for the West Country side, as they were relegated from League One in the previous campaign.

He joins the Chairboys for an undisclosed fee on a three-year-deal, and will wear the number 18 shirt, which was previously worn by Curtis Thompson, before he moved to number eight this summer.

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Boss Gareth Ainsworth said: “Brandon caught our eye a few years ago playing for Colchester and we’ve followed his progress ever since.

“We feel he’s the right fit for our squad and how we want to play, and we’re really pleased to bring him here.

“He’s an all-rounder who can score all types of goals, with his head and both feet, and his hold-up play is a big asset as well.

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“It’s taken a lot of hard work to get this deal done, because there was a lot of interest in him from other clubs, but we’re delighted that he’s now a Wycombe Wanderers player.”

Hanlan, who was born in Chelsea, began his career with Charlton Athletic and spent six years with the Addicks, where he played 15 first-team games for the South London club.

During his time there, he had three loan spells away from the side, two at Bromley and one at Colchester United respectively, between the 2016/17 and 2017/18 seasons.

He finally left Charlton on a permanent basis to join Gillingham in 2018, and in two seasons, he scored 16 goals in 84 matches.

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His move to Bristol Rovers followed in 2020, but he was unable to prevent Joey Barton’s men from sinking into the fourth tier of English football.

He is the 11th new signing for Wycombe so far this summer, with his arrival being confirmed two days after Wanderers revealed that Connor Parsons had joined the club from the Icelandic outfit, Dalvík/Reynir, on a free transfer.

Parsons was unveiled as a Chairboy before the League Cup tie against Stevenage on August 24.