Republic of Ireland goalkeeper Mark Travers is back in the Championship for the remainder of the season after parent club Bournemouth recalled him from his loan spell at Swindon.
The Maynooth native had been on loan at the Robins in League One since early January where he had gone on to make eight starts over the past month.
But the 21-year-old has now been brought back to the Cherries, who remain without a permanent manager after the departure of Jason Tindall. Jonathan Woodgate is in temporary charge as caretaker boss.
Swindon confirmed that his departure follows an an injury to Bournemouth number one Asmir Begovic.
AFC Bournemouth have re-called goalkeeper Mark Travers, due to an injury to Asmir Begovic— Swindon Town FC (@Official_STFC) February 11, 2021
It was short, but thanks for your efforts Travs ??#STFC ??
Travers' contract at the club expires on 30 June 2023, having extended terms in 2019.
He made two appearances for the Cherries this campaign prior to his loan move, once in the league on the opening day against Blackburn and a further start in the Carabao Cup.
Travers has won two Ireland senior caps with his Boys in Green debut coming against Bulgaria in a 2019 friendly. He was in Stephen Kenny's squad for November's UEFA Nations League fixtures against the Bulgarians and Wales.
Bournemouth signed Ireland striker Shane Long on loan on Transfer Deadline Day and also have Irish Under-21 international Gavin Kilkenny in their squad.