Leeds United have recalled goalkeeper Will Huffer from a loan spell at Barnet after an injury to Kamil Miazek, the Yorkshire Evening Post report.
Huffer played three times for the National League side during his spell, in draws with Solihull Moors, Sutton United and in an FA Cup stalemate with Brentford.
Huffer only joined Barnet on January 25th but is already back at Elland Road.
The 20-year-old made his senior debut for Leeds earlier this season, playing 90 minutes and keeping a clean sheet in the 2-0 Championship win over Bristol City.
Huffer is third in the club’s pecking order of goalkeepers, behind January signing Kiko Casilla and Bailey Peacock-Farrell.
However, an injury sustained by Miazek means that he is needed to play for the club’s Under-23 side.
As well as making his senior debut, Huffer has played for England at youth levels, winning nine caps for the Under-17s and one for the Under-18s.
Huffer’s development is only going to be helped by training with the likes of Casilla.
He will play for the Under-23s regularly and is also on standby to move into the first-team for Marcelo Bielsa.
The youngster has already made his Championship bow and is clearly seen as a trustworthy deputy by his manager.
The signing of Casilla may well have pushed him down the queue but he has won three Champions League trophies, as well as La Liga and two UEFA Super Cups.
Huffer can only get better and merely working alongside the Spaniard could have a transformative effect on his growth.