HARRY Smith has returned to Millwall after his season-long loan at Swindon Town was cut short.
Robins boss David Flitcroft this evening confirmed the move, saying Smith was not happy with his game time at the League Two club.
Smith made 19 appearances for Swindon, scoring three goals. Ten of those appearances were as a substitute.
Striker Smith, 22, spent a week back at Millwall in October before returning to the Robins.
His last appearance for Swindon was in an FA Cup tie against Stevenage on December 2. He was at The Den today to watch Millwall's 2-2 draw with Wolves.
Flitcroft said: "Harry'll go back to Millwall, he's not been too pleased with the game time he's had or he's not had around this period.
"I wanted everybody on my page and looking forward to the second half of the season, so Harry's gone back and we'll make that official."
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