On loan Scunthorpe United winger Tommy Rowe has returned to parent club Wolverhampton Wanderers after his 93-day loan spell came to an end, according to The Scunthorpe Telegraph.

The 26-year-old former Stockport County and Peterborough United winger joined The Iron on an initial one month loan deal at the start of October which was extended until January.

The Wythenshawe born wide man can operate both in midfield and at full back and has found playing opportunities limited at Molineux since joining Wolves from Peterborough United.

Rowe impressed during his time at Glanford Park making 14 appearances for the club and scoring one goal in a 4-2 victory over Oldham Athletic. The winger was an ever present for the club during his time in Lincolnshire.

Scunthorpe United Manager Mark Robins is rumoured to have identified his potential January transfer targets and it is unknown whether Wolverhampton Wanderers would be willing to let Rowe rejoin The Iron again in January.

After getting stuck in a rut during a poor run of results, Wolverhampton Wanderers have won their last two league matches and with the West Midlands club’s play-off push seemingly back on track, Manager Kenny Jackett may look to bolster his squad in January which may pave the way for a further loan move for Rowe.


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