Wycombe have signed Martin Rowlands on loan from QPR - 14 years after the midfielder left the club.

Rowlands began his career with Wanderers, featuring in the side that progressed to the semi-final of the League Cup in 1997 before being released by then-manager John Gregory. The 32-year-old has returned to Adams Park on a three-month deal.

He told the club's official website: "I'm happy to be signing for the club. I haven't played as much as I'd have liked in the last couple of years so I'm delighted (manager) Gary Waddock has given me this opportunity."

He added: "I'm here until December 27 so hopefully I can have an influence and help push the club on."

Rowlands is currently QPR's longest-serving player, having racked up over 200 appearances for the club since moving to Loftus Road from Brentford in 2003.

However, he was left out of Neil Warnock's 25-man squad following their promotion to the Barclays Premier League.

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