Wycombe Wanderers have confirmed that central midfielder Olly Pendlebury has joined Non League Woking on loan until the end of the season.

The 20-year-old, who signed for the Chairboys at the start of this season, has played 10 games for the club and has scored three times.

He began the current campaign starting the first three league games against Accrington Stanley, Cheltenham Town, and Wigan Athletic respectively, where he also bagged a brace against the Robins in what was Wanderers’ first away league fixture of the year.

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Pendlebury also featured in the League Cup away matches against Exeter City and Stevenage which were both won on penalties, before playing in Wanderers’ three EFL Trophy defeats.

His last league appearance came in the impressive 3-0 win away at Plymouth Argyle on November 27.

The former Reading man also scored in Wycombe’s 4-0 away victory at Long Crendon in the Berks and Bucks Cup.

Pendlebury will don the number 27 shirt for the National League side, and will be in the squad to face Grimsby Town today [March 5].