Norwich City's Sean Raggett's ill-fated Rotherham United loan career is over.
The centre-half's season has been ended by the need for an ankle operation and he has returned to Carrow Road.
Raggett, brought in from on loan from The Canaries in the summer, suffered a series of injuries during his time at AESSEAL New York Stadium and made only six starts and one substitute appearance in the Championship for the Millers.
"He was unlucky. He kept getting injured so his time with us was stop-start," said manager Paul Warne.
"It's a pity for him. I still think he's ideal for us. He's a threat on set-pieces and he's a proper old-school centre-half. There aren't many of those around anymore. He's one tough character."
Raggett's final outing in a Rotherham shirt came against Leeds United on January 26. He made a return to light training until it was decided surgery was required.