Hull City have recalled promising defender Sonny Bradley from his loan spell at League Two club Aldershot Town.
Bradley has made 14 appearances for the Shots since joining in January and was due to stay with Dean Holdsworth's side until 7th April.
However, he has been summoned back to the KC Stadium early and Holdsworth has praised Bradley for his contribution.
"Sonny has done well for us and he has improved his game, too," Holdsworth told the club's official website. "It is disappointing to lose him early, but I fully respect the decision.
"I spoke to Nicky Barmby this morning and it is a situation where we would have done the same thing.
"I wish Sonny well and he leaves with high admiration of the club and coaching which is pleasing to see."
Bradley, who can play at centre-half or left-back, will now miss Aldershot's game against Shrewsbury Town on Saturday and the Good Friday fixture with Port Vale.