Theo Corbeanu has been recalled from his loan spell at Sheffield Wednesday.
Corbeanu’s parent club, Wolves, have cut short his season long loan deal with the club by triggering a recall option in his contract.
The forward played 18 times for Wednesday and netted two goals for the club.
The Canadian joined the club in August and was set to spend the entire season with the club before this decision was made this week.
“We would like to thank Theo and wish him all the best for the future,” wrote Wednesday on the club’s official website.
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Corbeanu struggled to break into the starting team of Darren Moore’s side. He only started six league games and came off the bench a further seven times.
Corbeanu will now be moving to MK Dons, where he will likely be looking for a greater amount of playing time.
Sheffield Wednesday are ninth in the League One table, having taken 37 points from 24 games. The Owls are currently on a two match losing streak, including a humiliating 5-0 defeat to Sunderland.
Their most recent result was a 1-0 away defeat to Shrewsbury on January 2.
Moore’s side next face the visit of Plymouth Argyle on January 15.
Considering his lack of game time, it makes a lot of sense that Wolves want to bring the player back and assess his options.
Corbeanu could have stayed with Wolves and played with the U23 squad, in order to not displace him too much in too short a time period.
However, going back out on loan to MK Dons will surely lead to being given more playing time, which will be much greater experience for him at this stage in his career.