The 2023 January Transfer Window saw nine players leave Wycombe Wanderers either permanently or on loan.

Some exits you could see coming, whilst some may have come as a surprise.

In this article, we will rate each departing player’s time at Adams Park with a score out of 10, and of course, we want you to share your opinions with us.

*Their score is based on their overall performance regardless of how many games they have played

Connor Parsons: 5/10

The winger’s Wycombe career got off to a brilliant start when he scored a wonderful goal on his debut versus the Aston Villa Under 21s in the Papa John’s Trophy 18 months ago.

However, his playing time was limited due to the array of attacking options the club had at the time, which led him to join Notts County and Bromley on loan respectively.

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His stint at the latter helped Parsons gain valuable first-team experience and following his return to Wycombe last summer, he featured in several pre-season friendlies and was given a new squad number.

But again, his playing time was sparse and he is now representing Waterford Town in the Republic of Ireland.

In total, he only played six times but showed his abundance of ability whenever he featured for Wycombe.

Ali Al-Hamadi: 5/10

Another graduate from the development team, Al-Hamadi scored one goal in 14 matches for Wycombe before he was transferred to AFC Wimbledon in January.

In those appearances, the Iraqi international made himself known when facing the opposition, but just couldn’t find that killer instinct to finish off his chances.

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His endeavour and work rate were there to be seen, but he just needed a few more goals to his game.

At the time of writing, he has played twice for the Dons and has so far impressed his new fans with his determined displays.

Sullay Kaikai: 5/10

When he joined Wycombe from Blackpool after the former’s relegation from the Championship, there was a huge buzz.

Fast forward 18 months, Kaikai’s contract was terminated by mutual consent.

He was described by Gareth Ainsworth as ‘the best finisher at the club’, but after two goals in 33 games, it was clear to see that the winger was lacking in confidence as he would disappear for large parts in matches.

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A lovely individual away from the pitch, the former Crystal Palace youngster took to Twitter to thank the Wanderers fans, and even admitted that the move to South Bucks didn’t go the way he had hoped.

He is now at Milton Keynes.

Daryl Horgan: 6/10

The Republic of Ireland international arrived at Adams Park following Wycombe’s promotion to the Championship.

He scored on his debut against Brentford in the League Cup (which was the first opposition goal to be scored at the Bees’ brand new Community Stadium), and everyone was excited to see more of Daryl Horgan.

However, he has only netted twice since that day in September 2020, and despite being regarded as one of the most hardworking players at the club, inconsistent displays caused the ex-Preston North End man to go from a regular to a fringe player.

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He is now on loan at highflying Stevenage in League Two until the end of the season.

It is also worth noting that Horgan started 19 consecutive league and play-off games for Wycombe between February and August 2022, before he became a rotational player.

Anis Mehmeti: 9/10

Where do you even begin with Anis Mehmeti?

An unreal talent who was deemed not good enough for Fulham, Tottenham Hotspur, and Norwich City, the 22-year-old lit up Adams Park with his incredible displays which involved stunning goals, mazy dribbles, and the odd nutmeg here and there.

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Currently the club’s highest scorer with nine this season, Mehmeti will be a huge loss for Wycombe Wanderers.

Personally, I think he is the best player I’ve seen in a Wycombe shirt and he will be a Premier League footballer in little to no time.

That goal against Barnsley in August is still fresh in my mind – what a strike.

Ben Kaninda: 7/10

Kaninda has only played one match for Wycombe but he put in a terrific performance. 

His only appearance in a Wanderers shirt so far was in the Chairboys' 0-0 home draw against the Tottenham Hotspur U21s, in the Papa John’s Trophy in August.

He had only been at the club for a handful of days, but Kaninda commanded the back and was heard screaming orders as his teammates.

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His display, both on and off the ball, were noticed by critics, and Gareth Ainsworth said of his showing: "He really put in a solid performance at the back and I'm really pleased.”

He is currently out on loan at Non League Hednesford Town.

D’Mani Mellor: 4/10

The loan move to Rochdale will hopefully develop the young striker’s game after what was been a mixed period in Bucks.

Mellor was given his first league start for Wycombe in the 2-1 defeat against Shrewsbury Town in August, a few days after he bagged his inaugural goal for the club in a League Cup tie at Northampton Town.

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A hardworking display followed in the loss versus the Shrews, but he didn't start a league match after that for the Chairboys, and was excluded from eight consecutive matchday squads between November and January.

It was clear that Mellor needed to develop his game.

Since moving back up north, the former Manchester United player won the Man of the Match award on his debut for the Dale last week, and here’s hoping that more will follow.

Tyla Dickinson: 6/10

Dickinson was thrown straight into the deep end at the start of the season following Wanderers’ goalkeeping crisis, and his performances have been relatively solid.

He was given the Man of the Match award on his league debut against Burton Albion, and made some brilliant stops during his run in the team where he played five consecutive fixtures.

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Now on loan at Sutton United, the move to South London is to help Dickinson become the club’s number one and develop his game.

Adam Leathers: 5/10

Leathers has only played five times for the Chairboys since joining in 2021, and is currently on loan at Maidenhead United in the National League.

He made his league debut for Wycombe in the 1-0 home loss against Plymouth in October, whilst also featuring in four of Wanderers’ cup matches this campaign.

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From what we have seen, he loves a slide tackle, he can win the ball well and he knows how to spread a pass.

Certainly one for the future.