Premier League side Crystal Palace have ended the loan spell of striker Kevin Doyle, which was due to run until January, according to the Birmingham Mail.
Doyle signed for Palace on loan on transfer deadline day during the summer, and after little impact and picking up a groin injury, has been sent back to the Championship.
The best part of Doyle’s career was with Reading, where he scored 55 goals in four seasons for the Royals in the Championship and Premier League, before signing for then Premier League Wolves for £6.5 million.
The South London club made the decision to end the loan spell due to injury and its up to Wolves now whether they will operate on it.
Neil Warnock said to the Birmingham Mail: “He has got a problem at the moment that does not look like clearing up.
“He is back at Wolves and they are deciding whether they are going to operate on him.”
Wolves currently lie in 12th position in the Sky Bet Championship table, having amassed 27 points from 19 league games. However, Kenny Jackett’s side have lost their last four league games and the return of Doyle could be seen as a spot of luck for the Midlands club.