Wycombe Wanderers favourite Garath McCleary has penned a one-year extension with the club.

The 37-year-old winger, who played nearly 300 times for near-neighbours Reading, moved to Adams Park in 2020 and has continued to impress as he approaches 40.

Contributing five goals and five assists in 49 appearances last season, the Jamaica international could tick into 200 club appearances in the next 12 months as he currently sits on 167.

 Tricking supporters into believing he was exiting the club on social media, the former Nottingham Forest Player of the Season admitted that talks had been rumbling on for some time but he feels 'at home' in Buckinghamshire.

"I'm really happy to get it done," he told the club media. "It's been in the process for a while but thankfully it's done and we can kick on for next season.

"I've been here for quite a while now and I've grown a bond with most, if not all, the players. The gaffer has been brilliant and all the fans and people behind the scenes have taken to me. I'm happy to be here."

Boss Matt Bloomfield added: “I’ve loved working with G throughout his time here and it’s fantastic news that he’s staying with us.

“He’s been an incredible professional for this club and has continued to produce performances to the highest standard week in, week out."