Derby County boss Nigel Clough has confirmed he will not be looking to extend the loan deals of Fredrik Stoor and Jake Livermore.
Sweden international Stoor has made 11 appearances since joining the Rams in September and is due to return to Fulham after the Boxing Day game against Blackpool.
Livermore has been on loan at Pride Park since August, featuring 15 times to date, and he will head back to Tottenham Hotspur on New Year's Day.
With Stoor seeking a permanent move away from Fulham in January, Clough confirmed he will not be trying to keep either the full-back or midfielder Livermore.
"They will go back," said Clough told the Derby Evening Telegraph. "We will have a chat with them.
"I think they both know and we will just confirm it with them. Then we will be looking for fresh options.
"I think Freddie is looking for a permanent move away from Fulham in January and his wages will be out of our bracket.
"We will look to bring somebody in. It will be another loan, probably, to provide competition at right-back."