Norwich City striker Tyrese Omotoye has completed a loan move to Swindon Town for the rest of the season.
The Academy graduate, who first played for Daniel Farke’s squad earlier this season, will spend the rest of the campaign with the League One side.
Making his move from the Academy’s Under-18s to Under-23s, Omotoye impressed in the young Canaries’ run in the Papa John’s Trophy, scoring four goals in three games, including a hat-trick against Newport County’s senior side.
Linking-up with Farke’s squad in late November as a result, the striker made his first-team debut as a substitute against Luton Town in City’s 3-1 loss at Kenilworth Road in December.
Most recently, Omotoye came on in the 65th minute to replace an injured Jordan Hugill in the Canaries FA Cup fourth-round tie against Barnsley.
Now, Omotoye will join John Sheridan's Robins as they compete in a tightly-contested League One table.
Everyone at Norwich City wishes Tyrese the very best for the rest of the campaign ahead.