Nottingham Forest have confirmed that they have terminated their loan agreement with Kyle Ebecilio.
Ebecilio signed on loan for the season back in the summer, but has been unable to hold down a starting spot at the club.
Responding to claims they would be unable to end the loan deal with the Vitesse midfielder, Forest announced that Ebecilio has agreed to leave.
The statement on the club's official website read: "Forest have today parted company with the midfielder after Twente and the player agreed to activate a termination clause in the loan contract.
"This announcement comes in response to reports that an administrative issue prevented Forest, Twente or the player from terminating the loan."
Ebecilio has already found a new club. Dutch side Ado De Haag reported on their official website they have an agreement with the midfielder, and he will sign officially on loan later this week.
Reading between the lines it appears Vitesse were unwilling to take him back, meaning he could only move on if he agreed to move elsewhere.
Ebecilio is a former Arsenal youngster and Dutch youth international, but failed to impress at the City Ground.
The 21-year-old made just five appearances and three starts for Forest, the last coming back in early October.