A busy summer at Wycombe shows no sign of abating, with two more fresh faces drafted in on Wednesday.
The Chairboys have taken their summer shopping tally of new recruits to six with the acquisition of Ian Westlake and Stuart Green.
Both men join the club as free agents having been released by their respective clubs at the end of last season.
Westlake, who recently underwent a trial at Adams Park, was deemed surplus to requirements at Cheltenham, but Wycombe boss Peter Taylor is only too happy to have brought the 26-year-old midfielder on board.
"I'm delighted to sign Ian," he told the club's official website.
"I worked with him at England U21 level and he's got both good experience and energy in midfield.
"He's played for Ipswich and Leeds in the past and that shows what a good player he is."
Green, who is set to pen a two-year deal, is also no stranger to Taylor, having worked under the experienced coach at Hull City and Crystal Palace.
The 28-year-old was shown the door at Blackpool earlier this month, but again Taylor had no problem bolstering his midfield options with a familiar face.
"His goalscoring record was very good at Palace and he is an excellent finisher," he said.
"He is a very good attacking midfielder and I am pleased with his addition."