Daryl Horgan has enjoyed a fine start to life at Wycombe Wanderers following a switch from Hibs.

The Irish international had spent two years at Easter Road, most memorably scoring a brace as Hibs secured their first win away to Hearts in six years during a 2019 Edinburgh derby.

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Daryl Horgan has swapped Hibs for Wycombe. (Photo by MB Media/Getty Images)

He had featured in every game for Jack Ross’ side this season up until the most recent 1-0 defeat to Aberdeen. Horgan completed his move to Championship side Wycombe last week as he opted to move down south again.

His first game came at the weekend in Carabao Cup action against Championship play-off finalists, Brentford. The winger made an instant impression, coming off the bench to net the equaliser as Gareth Ainsworth’s 10 men earned a brilliant 1-1 draw after 90 minutes.

It wasn’t to be for them in the end though, losing 4-2 on penalties to Brentford. Horgan though will still be pleased with his immediate impact at Wycombe.

Hibs return to action this week following the international break when they take on St Mirren in Paisley.

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