Wanderers sign striker Hayes

Fans will get to see Paul Hayes in a Wanderers shirt once more

Fans will get to see Paul Hayes in a Wanderers shirt once more

First published in Latest Sport This Is Local London: Photograph of the Author by , Reporter

PAUL Hayes is returning to Wycombe Wanderers.

The striker, who scored six goals in six matches in a previous loan spell at Adams Park, has this evening put pen to paper on a two year contract.

Wanderers were keen on trying to sign the 30-year-old in the January transfer window, but he opted to sign for Scunthorpe United instead.

He was released by the Iron at the end of the season, having won a promotion winners' medal during his second stint at Glanford Park.

Blues boss Gareth Ainsworth told the club's official website: "He's played at a higher level than this and when he came here the first time he really opened my eyes to what a good player he is. He's clever, he leads the line really well but he can also come off the line and link the play.

"It sends out a statement that we're trying to build the squad the right way and I'm very pleased to have him."

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10:04pm Wed 14 May 14

evenflo says...

Great signing
Really showing ambition for the club .The word from people in the game is this is quite a coup for Gaz.
Great signing Really showing ambition for the club .The word from people in the game is this is quite a coup for Gaz. evenflo
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11:09am Thu 15 May 14

mowgli1960 says...

A great signing and on a 2 year contract and with his experience can only make Matt McClure an even better striker. I must admit i was dubious about 2 years as i thought he was older but at 30 he still has a lot to offer in League 2.
A great signing and on a 2 year contract and with his experience can only make Matt McClure an even better striker. I must admit i was dubious about 2 years as i thought he was older but at 30 he still has a lot to offer in League 2. mowgli1960
  • Score: 3

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