Wycombe Wanderers midfielder Lewis Wing has revealed that he is in a ‘really good place’ after signing a new contract with the club.

The 27-year-old joined the Chairboys during this year’s January transfer window this year on a free from Middlesbrough, where he has since played 14 times for the Adams Park side, scoring two goals.

His initial contract for six months expired in June, but he has now penned a new deal with the club.

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Prior to joining Wanderers, Wing was at Middlesbrough for four-and-a-half years but only spent two-and-a-half campaigns as a mainstay for the North East side.

In all, he played 92 games and scored 14 goals during that time, but had loan spells at Yeovil Town, Rotherham United and Sheffield Wednesday respectively.

On finding his feet at Wycombe, he told the Gazette Live: “I feel like I’m in a really good place now.

“I’m looking forward here now.

“I remember the first time I spoke to the gaffer here I just got this really warm feeling and it felt like the right fit for me.

“It was a new challenge and somewhere I felt I could get my confidence back and that would lead to my best football.

“That’s why I signed again.

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"I loved my six months here and I just wanted to carry on.

“I had other offers but I’m sick of changing clubs now.

“You’re constantly getting used to new team-mates and environments and never getting into a rhythm.

“Now, I’m coming back here knowing the lads, and knowing the manager and exactly what he expects of me.

“I just want to settle and enjoy my football again like I did in my early days at Middlesbrough.”

He is one of three players to sign new contracts with the club this summer, following the likes of Dom Gape and club captain, Joe Jacobson.