Yeovil Town have signed Millwall defender Bryon Webster on loan until the end of the season, the club have confirmed.
Webster, 27, joined Millwall from the Glovers in 2014 and has since gone on to make 11 appearances for the Sky Bet Championship club.
However, of late, Webster has found himself ousted from the starting line-up in Ian Holloway’s side and has subsequently been offloaded to his former club on loan for the remainder of the 2014/15 campaign.
Webster amassed 85 appearances for Yeovil Town during his two year stint at the club, scoring an impressive eight goals.
The 6ft 4 defender joins a team who are seriously struggling in Sky Bet League One, with the club currently sitting rock-bottom of the division.
The Glovers have thus far amassed a mere 28 points from 31 league games, and they have only managed to win two out of their previous ten league games.
The signing of Webster is the second in two days for the lowly League One club, with the side snapping up Swansea City defender Stephen Kingsley yesterday.
Yeovil Town face in-form Gillingham on Saturday, in a game that the Glovers will be hoping to win to help propel them out of the relegation zone.