Yeovil Town's top-scorer Ishmael Miller has wished the club well after cutting short his loan spell.
The 27-year-old claimed 10 goals in 19 Championship games for the Glovers after joining on loan from Nottingham Forest in November.
Miller's goals have played a huge part in Yeovil's battle against the drop. Having looked doomed at one stage of the season, Town now sit just three points off safety.
But Miller will not be involved in the run-in for Yeovil after a disagreement with manager Gary Johnson.
In a statement released to Sky Sports, Miller explained that he felt he was left with little option.
"After a disagreement with the manager in a team meeting, I felt for the benefit of all parties it was best not to return to the club," Miller stated.
"My aim when I initially went there was to score as many goals as possible and obviously keep the club in the Championship, whilst putting myself in the shop window for next season.
"I feel like I contributed significantly with 10 goals in 19 league games and thoroughly enjoyed my time there. They are a great bunch of lads and I genuinely wish them all the best for the remainder of the season."