Joe Jacobson, Dom Gape and Lewis Wing have all signed new-and-improved deals with Wycombe Wanderers.

Their previous contracts were due to expire at the end of this month, but the trio have all agreed to remain at the Adams Park club.

The club’s announcement comes after goalkeeper David Stockdale and defender Anthony Stewart declined the offer to stay with the Chairboys, and opted for moves to Sheffield Wednesday and Aberdeen in the Scottish Premiership respectively.

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Joe Jacobson

Confirmation of his commitment means that Jacobson will enter his ninth season with Wycombe, and his first-full campaign as captain following Matt Bloomfield’s retirement in February.

Since arriving as a Chairboy in the summer of 2014, the Welsh left-back has represented the club 351 times with 346 of those appearances being starts.

He has also scored 42 goals during that time, with one of them being the winning penalty against Oxford United in the 2020 League One play-off final.

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Dom Gape

A player that has had been hit with many injuries over the last two seasons, Dom Gape’s new contract with the club shows that he still has the desire to take Wanderers back to the promise land of the Championship.

Since the start of the 2020/21 season to now, the centre midfielder has only played 32 games, 16 in both campaigns.

His career has hit several cutbacks with shoulder and calf injuries, but following a brief spell to the first team in February of this year, he started the final seven matches of the season.

A mainstay for the 2022/23 season as he is now back to full fitness?

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Lewis Wing

A late arrival from the winter transfer window, Lewis Wing has provided an extra spark in the centre of Wycombe’s midfield which was very much needed.

After Nick Freeman suffered a season-ending injury in August, and with Curtis Thompson being out for the ‘long term’, Wing, who was on loan at Sheffield Wednesday from Middlesbrough, seemed to be the perfect fit to slot into the middle of the park.

Since arriving at Adams Park, he has played 15 times and has scored two goals.

Both of those strikes came in the 3-1 away win at Crewe Alexandra which was Gareth Ainsworth’s 500th match in charge of the club.