Ross County have announced that Norwich City youngster Simon Power has had his Dingwall loan deal cut short.
The Canaries starlet arrived at the Global Energy Stadium during the summer. His loan was supposed to last until the end of the season. After a lack of first-team involvement though, this temporary switch has been ended.
A County statement on the news reads: “Ross County can confirm that Simon Power has returned to his parent club Norwich City FC.
“Ross County wish to place on record our thanks to Simon and Norwich City FC and wish both well for the future.”
Lack of involvement leads to Power returning to Norwich
Following his switch from Norwich to County, Power made just four appearances. Three of those were during the summer’s League Cup group stages, in which he started once.
His only Premiership appearance came in a seven minute cameo away to Aberdeen back in August. Power hasn’t played since and last featured in a matchday squad in October.
It has prompted The Staggies and Norwich to terminate his loan. A Republic of Ireland youth international, he previously had spells with University College Dublin, FC Dordrecht and Cabinteely.
A stay in Dingwall hasn’t worked out for him though and he’s now back at Carrow Road.