Cheltenham Town: Jake Taylor returns to Reading
Midfielder Jake Taylor has returned to parent club Reading after two months on loan at Cheltenham Town.
The Wales Under-21 international made nine starts and two substitute appearances for the Robins, scoring once.
His goal came in the 4-0 Boxing Day victory over Wycombe Wanderers - a swerving drive from the edge of the penalty area.
Taylor made a positive impact on the left side of midfield in his first month, featuring against Hereford United in the second round of the FA Cup.
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He struggled to break into the starting XI during his second month however and he will now return to the Premier League Royals.
His final appearance was as a substitute in Friday night's 0-0 home draw with Rochdale.
Boss Yates said: "I'd like to thank Jake for everything and the effort he has put in since being here.
"We have to prioritise because we want to bring in other players including a striker. There should be some further business from us later today."