Bradford City have allowed goalkeeper Oscar Jansson to return early to Tottenham from his loan spell.
It follows the signing of fellow goalkeeper Matt Duke on a two-year deal at the end of last month.
Jansson was scheduled to return to the Premier League club on Sunday but Duke is now expected to play in Saturday's visit of Bristol Rovers.
Manager Phil Parkinson told the club website: "I'd like to thank Oscar for all his efforts during his time here."
He added: "In the short period that I've been at the club, he has been no problems at all and always trained in a professional manner.
"Unfortunately for Oscar though, we cannot sustain three goalkeepers on books at the moment with Dukey and Jon [McLaughlin] here as well."
Jansson, 20, made his Bradford debut in their Carling Cup defeat at Leeds United and made two further appearances, against Barnet in League Two and , a tie which the Bantams won on penalties.
"I am sure that fans will remember Oscar fondly, especially thanks to his penalty saves in the Sheffield Wednesday match," he said.
"We'd like to thank him for his help once again and I am sure he as the ability and attitude to take his career to a high level."