Hull City defender Liam Cooper has returned early from his loan spell at Huddersfield Town.
The 20-year-old signed a season-long deal with the League One club in July, but has made just seven appearances.
Huddersfield manager Lee Clark told the club website: "He bought into what we were trying to do and we were very happy to have him.
"Over the last few weeks when he hasn't been in the squad he has become a little bit disappointed."
Cooper appears to have made the request to return to his parent club after being left out of the squad for
Clark added: "I fully understand that and as a result he has decided that he would like to go back to Hull City and give himself a few weeks to try and impress the new manager there.
"All the parties have agreed, we have shaken hands with Liam - everything was very amicable. He is always welcome back at the club.
"We are delighted with the way that Liam acquitted himself during his time at the club. He is a fantastic lad, a good player and he integrated into the group very well."