Sheffield Wednesday: Chairboys may extend Cameron Dawson's loan deal
Cameron Dawson could be set for an extended stay at League Two side Wycombe Wanderers after impressing on his debut.
Just hours after joining the Chairboys on a seven-day emergency loan, the Owls goalkeeper started their EFL Cup clash with Bristol City in midweek. Although Dawson acquitted himself well, the 21-year-old was powerless to stop Wycombe from sliding to a 1-0 loss.
Chairboys manager Gareth Ainsworth said: “Cameron Dawson came in and did a great job - he’s a great prospect for Sheffield Wednesday - and the man in front of him, Will De Havilland, was outstanding against a £15million player in Tammy Abraham. You wouldn’t know the difference.
“Cameron’s had a 90-minute trial there and he’s come up trumps. He looks like a solid keeper, he’s a great individual and he wants to be here.
“There’s a lot of caveats that go into getting loan players and it kills me sometimes. I know it’s business but you can’t pay for the experience these boys will get at Wycombe Wanderers.”
Wycombe drafted in Dawson, who has never played for Wednesday, after No 1 Scott Brown picked up an injury.
Dawson, who is expected to remain in between the sticks for the visit of Grimsby Town posted on Twitter: “Delighted to make my @wwfcofficial debut an senior debut last night! Very unlucky with the result but thought the lads were excellent!”