Striker Marcello Trotta has opted not to extend his stay at Wycombe following the expiration of his loan deal from Fulham.
The Italian scored eight goals in eight games after joining Wanderers in November, aiding their battle against relegation, but the 19-year-old is keen seek a loan move to an Championship side to continue his development.
Trotta, who bagged a brace in his final match on Saturday as Wycombe went down 3-2 at Preston, said: "I've had a wonderful time at Wycombe and cannot thank the manager, Gary Waddock, enough for giving me an opportunity to play many matches during my loan spell. The players and all of the staff made me feel welcome and immediately part of the set-up.
"I would also like to thank the fans for their loyal support of the team and the affection they showed towards me personally, since I made my debut against MK Dons. I wish the team all the very best for the rest of the season and I will be keeping an eye out for results and I hope to get back to Adams Park soon, this time as a fan to cheer on the team."
Wycombe boss Waddock added: "Marcello was a model professional during his time with us and I'd like to thank him and (Fulham boss) Martin Jol for allowing him to spend the last two months here.
"He scored some very important goals for us and was very popular with the players and the fans, so we'll keep an eye on his progress and I have no doubt that he will go on to fulfil his potential at a higher level."