SALFORD CITY loanee Nick Haughton has been recalled by parent club Fleetwood Town.
The midfielder joined The Ammies on a two month loan, and impressed fans immediately with his touch and vision.
Haughton made four starts, and scored a well-taken goal against Worcester City.
However, with major Injury problems at Highbury Stadium, Fleetwood manager Uwe Rosler has recalled the attacking midfielder; who is expected to be in first team contention in the near future.
In a statement, the club said: “We’d like to thank Nick for his considerable contribution over the past few weeks and wish him, and Fleetwood Town FC, the best of luck for the rest of the season.”
— Salford City FC (@SalfordCityFC) December 12, 2016
Co Manager Anthony Johnson also said that it was ‘an absolute pleasure’ to work with him and wished him all the best.
All the very best kiddo.. Been an absolute pleasure to have you on board.
— Anthony Johnson (@amjonno) December 12, 2016