ZIMBABWE international striker Admiral Muskwe is set to return to his parent club, Leicester City at the end of his loan spell at Wycombe Wanderers this month.
Wanderers were relegated to the English League One together with Sheffield Wednesday and Rotherham who also failed to survive the chop on a dramatic final day of the Championship on Saturday.
Muskwe moved to the side in January on a six-month loan from Leicester City and featured in seventeen games —
scoring three goals and providing one assist.
And speaking on the future of players on loan, Leicester City coach Brendan Rodgers said he might take a few into his squad.
“We need to test one or two, but there’s going to be a few of the players that I would like to bring back here to assess and look at over these last few weeks.
“But I’m also mindful they’ve been playing long seasons, 46 games, and that will have been a real challenge for them.
“A lot of the boys will be finished come after the weekend, and then there will be one or two we’ll get back in to have a look at as well,” said Rodgers as per Leicester Mercury.