The loan agreement of Norwich City Under-23s forward Tristan Abrahams with Leyton Orient has been terminated by mutual consent.
Abrahams moved to City earlier this summer from Orient for an undisclosed fee, and initially returned to his former side on a temporary basis.
However, it has since been agreed by all parties that the 18-year-old will return to train with the Canaries on a full-time basis for the immediate future.
City Sporting Director, Stuart Webber, said: “We spoke to Leyton Orient and said we felt it would be beneficial for Tristan to spend more time here.
“He wasn’t getting the game-time we’d originally planned at Orient. If he’d played for them at all, it would have limited the potential for loan moves in the future.
“That was another factor for us to consider. We didn’t want to harm his opportunities so decided to act quickly on the situation, and Leyton Orient were very good about it.”