Ipswich Town midfielder recalled from Rotherham United loan spell
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Ipswich Town have recalled midfielder Luke Hyam from his loan spell at Rotherham United.
The 24-year-old was expected to stay with the Millers until January 23 and made two starts and three substitute appearances during his time at the New York Stadium.
Hyam has not featured for the Blues since the 1-0 FA Cup defeat to Southampton, at Portman Road, on January 14 and subsequently underwent knee surgery in the summer following a setback in pre-season training.
Rotherham boss Neil Redfearn said: “Mick McCarthy has injuries and it is coming into a time when he needs his players back.
“There is a recall clause available to Ipswich so we have to respect their option to bring Luke back.
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“I would like to thank Mick McCarthy and Ipswich Town for allowing us to take Luke here. I would also like to thank Luke for his service to us; he did a great job for the club during the time he was here.
“I thought he was outstanding in the victory over Hull City last Saturday and we wish him all the best for the future.”
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