Southampton midfielder Dominic Gape has joined League Two side Wycombe Wanderers on a two-and-a-half-year deal.
Dorset-born academy product Gape, 22, joins the Chairboys on a free transfer after impressing during a successful loan spell at Adams Park.
Wanderers are currently in the play-off positions, with former Saints Under-21s skipper Gape playing 20 games for them this season, scoring one goal.
A statement on the Southampton website read: "Southampton Football Club would like to wish Dom every success in the future and also thank him for his hard work at the club."
Wycombe boss Gareth Ainsworth said: "This is a significant piece of business for us, not just bringing Dom back to the club but getting him on our books as a Wycombe Wanderers player.
"We were delighted to get him in August because we knew a lot about him and he very quickly became an important member of the team. He's a ball winner who's confident in possession and he fits right in to the culture of hard work that we've got here.
"The deal took a lot of hard work from myself and the chairman, but it was all worthwhile because we want this squad to be as strong as it can be and Dom has a big part to play here."