Boston United have recalled Dylan Parkin from his loan spell at Cleethorpes Town.
The former Chesterfield keeper has been out of action since breaking a bone in his foot in December.
But in recent weeks he has been warming up with the Pilgrims before matches as he continued his rehabilitation.
Today Town confirmed that 20-year-old Parkin has been recalled by Boston boss Craig Elliott.
“The club can confirm this morning that @dylanparkin30 has been recalled back to parent club @bostonunited,” they wrote on Twitter.
“We would like to say a massive thank you to Dylan for his performances this season and also to Craig and his team at Boston for helping us out when we needed a keeper!”
When he returns to full fitness Parkin - who has remained training with Boston during his loan - will battle for a place in goal alongside regular number one George Willis and former Poland international Sebastian Malkowski.