Swindon Town have confirmed Ben Gladwin will remain at the club on loan.
Speaking on BBC Wiltshire's fans phone-in, Power said parent club QPR had a 24-hour recall clause in the deal for the 23-year-old midfielder.
Gladwin has made eight appearances for League One club Swindon this season and will remain with them until 3 December.
"We're well pleased," said Power. "He's come back and everyone can see the quality he brings and every game he is getting stronger and stronger."
Gladwin spent two seasons at the club from 2013 before joining QPR in the summer.
Meanwhile, Swindon are expected to complete a deal to buy the Twelve Oaks golf course in Highworth on Wednesday - in order to turn it into a new purpose-built training facility.
"We are going to exchange on that on Wednesday, which is a massive plus," said Power.
"It'll probably be the biggest thing to happen to the football club in many years to have a first-class training facility. It's really good news.
"We've looked everywhere and we're delighted."
Power confirmed that discussions were ongoing with Swindon Borough Council about the future of the club's County Ground home.