Gareth Ainsworth has made his second signing of the summer, securing forward Nathan Tyson on a one-year contract.
Tyson re-joins the club following a successful trial during pre-season, having left Adams Park for Nottingham Forest 11 years ago. The striker scored 39 times in two years in his first spell with the Chairboys after joining from Reading in 2004, and later played for Derby County, Doncaster Rovers and most recently Scottish Premier League side Kilmarnock.
The 35-year-old was unveiled to the Adams Park crowd ahead of the pre-season friendly vs AFC Wimbledon on Tuesday evening.
Ainsworth said: “Nathan has taken his opportunity to impress us during his trial with both hands, and I’m delighted to secure him as part of our squad for the season ahead.
“He’s had a fantastic career, playing most of his football at a higher level, and has still got plenty to offer in terms of his pace, his finishing ability and his clever forward play.
“I know this will be an exciting signing for the fans who remember his first spell at the club but there’s no sentiment in my decision-making; I’ve brought him because I believe he can do an excellent job for us and he brings plenty of experience on and off the pitch.”
Look out for Nathan’s first interview after signing with the club on iFollow, coming soon.
The deal remains subject to international clearance due to the fact that Nathan’s most recent club was outside of England.