Date:Thursday January 31 2013
With the madness of the January transfer window now over following the passing of the 11pm deadline, Vital Wycombe looks back on the ins and outs at Adams Park over the past month.
The first signing of the window was versatile defender Michael Harriman from Queens Park Rangers. He arrived on January 1 and made his debut as a substitute in the 1-0 home defeat to Exeter City the same day. He has started the three games since then and his loan has now been extended for the rest of the 2012/13 season.
Teenage striker Oliver Taylor returned from his six week loan at Hitchin Town. He scored twice on his debut but failed to add to his tally in eight appearances at Top Field.
Striker Dean Morgan signed a contract extension on January 3 to keep him at Adams Park until the end of the season. He has made 22 appearances, three as a substitute and scored five goals for the Wanderers so far.
Winger Bruno Andrade's loan from Queens Park Rangers was extended on January 17 to keep him with the Chairboys for the rest of the campaign. He has made 17 appearances, two as a substitute and scored twice for the Blues so far.
Striker Adebayo Azeez returned to parent club Charlton Athletic on January 1 after a six-week loan at Adams Park. His last appearance came as a substitute in the 1-0 home defeat to Exeter City the same day. He made four substitute appearances in total.
Midfielder Jesse Kewley-Graham joined Conference South Havant and Waterlooville on a five-week loan on January 15 and will return after their fixture at Welling United on February 16.
Wingers Lee Angol and Junior Morais both joined Isthmian League Premier Division Hendon on January 28 on five week loan deals. They both scored on their debuts in the Greens' 3-1 win at Croydon in midweek. They will both return after their fixture at Margate on March 2.
The only other player in the squad to have left, albeit temporarily, is goalkeeper Matt Ingram. His loan with Conference North side Oxford City was extended for the rest of the 2012/13 season back on December 27. The 18-year-old has been voted the Hoops' player-of-the-month in both November and December. The Blues have a 24-hour recall clause in the contract.
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