Wycombe have signed midfielder Sam Saunders on a free transfer from Brentford.
Saunders, 33, who spent time on loan at Wycombe in 2015, has put pen-to-paper on an 18-month contract and could be included in the Chairboys squad for Saturday's home game against Luton.
"Sam is a fantastic player at this level, as we saw two years ago," Wycombe boss Gareth Ainsworth told the Sky Bet League Two club's official website.
"I'm thrilled to have him back because I know he will love playing in this team and thrive on the chance to help us go from strength to strength."
Saunders, who progressed through Charlton's academy, scored one goal in 11 appearances for Wycombe in 2015.
He made over 120 appearances during a four-year spell at Dagenham & Redbridge and in 2009 moved on to Brentford, for whom he featured in almost 170 games.