Published: 09:00, 20 November 2015
| Updated: 15:04, 20 November 2015
Defender Harry Lennon has been recalled from his loan spell at Gillingham by parent club Charlton Athletic.
The 20-year-old came to Gills initially on a month's loan in October but that deal was recently extended until December 12.
Lennon, who this week spoke of his enjoyment at playing for the Gills, tweeted his disappointed at the decision.
He said: “Gutted my time at the Gills has come to an end, loved every minute of it. All the best to everyone involved with the club.”
The Addicks - under new coach Karel Fraeye - have decided to recall the centre half to the Valley ahead of Saturday's trip to Birmingham in the Sky Bet Championship.
During his second spell at Priestfield Lennon featured eight times, scoring twice. His first professional goal came in the 3-1 win at Chesterfield.
Lennon's previous loan spell with Gills was in November 2014 when he played just twice, with his second appearance against Bristol City being the final one under the reign of Peter Taylor.
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