The young Leeds United midfielder spent just short of a month in the North East.
Alex Wollerton is back at Leeds United after his loan spell at Darlington ended.
Wollerton spent just under a month with the National League North side, who confirmed his return to Thorp Arch on Thursday afternoon.
Midfielder Alex Wollerton has returned to Leeds after his month's loan has ended.— Darlington FC (@Official_Darlo) 10 January 2019
We'd like to thank him for his help while he was with us, and wish him all the best for the future. pic.twitter.com/mFkmjILPsj
And it does not appear that there are any plans to extend the 19-year-old's stay at Blackwell Meadows.
Wollerton, a right-sided midfielder, signed a two-year contract at Leeds in the summer of 2017 and was loaned to North Ferriby United earlier in the campaign.
He appeared four times for Darlington in total, but only once as a starter and failed to score in that time.
Wollerton is likely to return to Leeds' Under-23 side, whose existing players could be used to patch up Marcelo Bielsa's first-team squad.
Bielsa is currently without wingers Stuart Dallas and Izzy Brown, having already sanctioned the departure of Samu Saiz to Getafe.
Can Wollerton make an impact back at Leeds United?