Modou Barrow has returned to Swansea City after ending his loan spell at Nottingham Forest early.
The 22-year-old forward joined Championship side Forest on loan from Premier League outfit Swansea in March.
Barrow was expected to remain at the City Ground until the end of the season, but Swansea have recalled him early from his loan spell.
According to BBC Sport, Wayne Routledge's season-ending injury and Jefferson Montero's hamstring concern have forced Swans manager Garry Monk to make the decision.
During his loan spell at Forest, Barrow made four appearances in the Championship, creating two chances and having a pass accuracy of 66% in the process.
The Gambian had a shot accuracy of 33%, won three headers, won four dribbles and won two tackles during his time at Forest.
Following the announcement of Swansea’s decision over Barrow, Forest fans took to social networking site Twitter to show their appreciation of the attacker.
Thank you for everything @modoubarrow14 forest legend— Pierce Bramley (@PierceBramley) April 25, 2015
@modoubarrow14 Thanks, it's a pity we didn't get to see more of you in action!— Hannah Dexter (@hannahforest) April 26, 2015
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