Wycombe Wanderers have signed QPR midfielder Michael Harriman for an undisclosed fee according to West London Sport.

The 23 year old has signed for The Chairboys on a three and a half year deal following a successful loan spell at Adams Park.

Harriman graduated through the academy set up at QPR but only made one start for the West London club. The Chichester born player can play in both defensive and midfield roles and is currently in his second spell at Adams Park after a previous loan spell with Wanderers in 2013.

The midfielder has scored 6 goals this season for Gareth Ainsworth’s promotion chasing side in 25 matches. Harriman enjoyed a successful loan spell at Luton Town last season but opted to join Wycombe Wanderers on loan in the summer despite interest from The Hatters for his services.

The Chairboys have had a roller coaster season so far after falling away from the top of the table after an excellent start to the campaign but the club have now recovered from a dip in form and find themselves well and truly back in the Play Off mix.

Harriman has an important role to play at Adams Park if the club is to win promotion back to League 1.

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