WANDERERS boss Gary Waddock is hoping to tie up a new deal for striker Alex Revell, who plays his final game of the season tomorrow.

Revell, left, has plundered five goals in his last three games and Waddock wants to keep him next season.

He is out of contract in the summer, but at the moment he is only on loan from Southend United.

That agreement expires after tomorrow’s match at Leyton Orient and Revell can’t play in Blues’ last game at home to Gillingham, making tomorrow’s match at Orient his last.

And he is determined to go out with a bang.

He said: “I’m really disappointed that I will miss the last game. I just hope I can score against Orient to make sure that our season comes down to that last game and I am sure that if we can do that the lads will do the rest.”

And Waddock is hoping that tomorrow won’t be Revell’s last in Wycombe colours.

Waddock said: “I have always liked Revs wherever he’s been and I always wanted to work with him.

“I wouldn’t have brought him here at all if I didn’t want him here for a long period of time.

“We could only get him on loan because of the paperwork problems and we will sit down after the season finishes and discuss what we can do.

“What he has achieved since he’s got his fitness up and confidence back hasn’t surprised me. People were possibly doubting him but I never did.”

But talks of a new permanent deal will have to wait until the end of the season.

Waddock is refusing to discuss new contracts with any of his players until the season is finished.