Wycombe Wanderers striker Tjay De Barr is hoping to hit the ground running as he prepares for his second season with the Chairboys.

The Gibraltarian international, who played eight times and scored once for the club, was loaned out to Non League Eastleigh for the latter half of the previous campaign.

However, after four games in which three were starts, the forward picked up a season-ending injury and returned to the Adams Park club for his rehabilitation.

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He has since signed a new deal with the Chairboys and is chomping at the bit to help Gareth Ainsworth’s men to promotion to the Championship.

Speaking to the Free Press, the 22-year-old said: “This is my second session coming back from injury and I’m feeling good, fit and strong so I’m looking forward to the season ahead.

“My loan spell was good, but it was also quite short as I got injured so I’m just looking forward to getting started again with the team.

“I’m always looking to get my head on the end a good ball so I’m looking forward to try and score a few goals and perform for the team and do my best.

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“I’m hoping for the best for the season ahead.”

His only goal for the club came against Stevenage in the League Cup in August last year, which was an injury-time header to take the cup tie to a penalty shootout.

He then took the winning spot-kick which set up a third round tie away at then cup holders, Manchester City.

This incredible performance came on his Wanderers debut.