Davies comes back home
Wycombe Wanderers have announced the return of Reading midfielder Scott Davies to Adams Park.
The 22-year-old attacking midfielder has joined on a 3-month loan deal from the Biscuitmen and goes straight into the squad for Saturday's League Two clash with Macclesfield Town when the deal is signed and sealed tomorrow (Friday 10th September).
Aylesbury born Davies joined the Blues as a teenager back in 2001 before joining Reading in 2002. He returned to Adams Park in October 2009 on an 'emergency' loan deal which was extended for the full 93 days. During that spell he scored four goals in 17 appearances.
After returning to Reading he went out on loan again in March this year, making four appearances for Yeovil Town. His current contract at the Madejski Stadium expires at the end of this season and he doesn't appear to be in Royals' boss Brian McDermott's plans.
His arrival at Adams Park will be greeted with some excitement from supporters who will be hoping he can create chances for strikers Ben Strevens and Scott Rendell as well as finding the net himself.
Chairboys boss Gary Waddock said: 'You know what you are going to get with him. He's a massive threat from midfield - he scores goals, has an excellent passing range and a terrific energy. He's another new addition and although we've started the season well, we know that when the team gels we will be even more of a force. The signing signals our intent in what we are trying to achieve this season.'
Davies' loan spell ends on Saturday 11th December when the Blues play Bury at Adams Park.
Welcome back Scotty!