Queens Park Rangers have agreed to cut short Dani Parejo's loan spell from Real Madrid.
The youngster was set to remain at Loftus Road until New Year's Day, but will now head back to the Spanish capital a couple of weeks early.
He failed to make the expected impact in England, but will have benefited from the experience.
On arriving back in his homeland Parejo could find himself thrown into the first-team fold at the Santiago Bernabeu.
With Los Blancos currently without the services of Ruben de la Red and Ruud van Nistelrooy, Juande Ramos is short on attacking options.
QPR boss Paulo Sousa believes the 19-year-old is capable of performing on a bigger stage and expects the talented teenager to fulfil his potential in the not too distant future.
"We have a very good working relationship with (president Ramon) Calderon and Mr (Predrag) Mijatovic at Real Madrid and we are very grateful to them for allowing us to take Daniel on loan in the first place," Sousa told the club's official website.
"He is a player of great potential and I am sure that with a good professional attitude, he has the talent to achieve at the very highest level.
"I will continue to follow his progress at Madrid, and of course, we wish him all the best for his future career."