Goalkeeper Charlie Horlock has agreed to return to Adams Park on a one-year contract, his first in the professional game.
Keep it wwfc.com to hear more from the shot-stopper.
“We’ll be looking to develop him as much as we can.”
“He’ll feature in some games, especially in pre-season. Matt Ingram’s going to be first choice, but it’s good to have someone pushing behind him.
Ainsworth added: “Lee’s seen him and thinks he’s got a good chance of developing so we decided – me, Lee and Dobbo - to bring him back.
“To have players like him around place is infectious and the more you have, the better it is for the club.”
“His work-rate and attitude is superb for such a young man. He wants to learn and be around the place.
Gareth Ainsworth said: “He’s done nothing but impress me since he was at the club first time round. It’s great to have him here and he’s a great character.
He added to wwfc.com: “It’s brilliant to be coming back and I know from last time that there’s a great group here. I’m so happy.”
July. st “I’m over the moon,” said Horlock, who will officially become a Blues player once again on 1
The 18-year-old recently left Boro following the completion of his apprenticeship, paving the way for him to commit himself to the Chairboys for the 2013/14 campaign.
Horlock joined the club as an U16 and enjoyed two years in the youth team before signing for Stevenage last summer.