Striker Ollie Hulbert has returned to Yeovil Town after his loan spell at Plymouth Parkway expired, the club has confirmed.

The teenager signed for the Southern League Premier Division side at the end of November and speaking at the time Parkway boss Lee Hobbs suggested that the former Bristol Rovers youngster was looking to move in January.

In its round-up of the progress of the club’s on loan players published on Monday, said: “Hulbert has now returned to Huish Park following the expiry of his loan.” On Sunday, we published our own regular Loan Watch series which you can read – here.

Prior to his departure, Hulbert had made three appearances off the bench for the Glovers with his last appearance coming off the bench after 72 minutes in the 1-1 draw at Maidstone United on October 29.

He was an unused substitute on a number of occasions under manager Mark Cooper and his return will now see him challenge for a starting position – or perhaps move on, as predicted by Lee Hobbs.

Either way, welcome back to Somerset, Ollie – however long you are with us!


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