Jack Stobbs’ time with Livingston has drawn to a close after the winger returned to Sheffield Wednesday.
Signed during the summer, Stobbs’ aim was to provide competition for places out on the flanks. In total he made four Premiership appearances, scoring once.
In a club announcement, Livi confirmed the news: “Following the expiry of his loan deal, midfielder Jack Stobbs has returned to parent club Sheffield Wednesday.
“Injuries meant Jack was restricted to limited game time but we thank him for his efforts during his spell here and wish him all the very best for the future.”
Injury limits loan impact
Stobbs wasn’t really able to get going in Livingston. His last appearance came in September and he’s missed all but two matchday squads since then as he battled a knee problem.
He did create one moment to remember in Livi colours. During a fantastic 4-1 win away to Ross County, he rifled a long-range effort into the top corner with pinpoint accuracy.
It stole the show on a great day for Gary Holt’s men. He’s back with Sheffield Wednesday now though after injury limited his West Lothian impact beyond this goal.
Holt’s side return to action on Saturday when they take on Raith Rovers in the Scottish Cup.