Livingston FC can confirm that striker Salim Kouider-Aïssa has returned from his loan spell with League One side Partick Thistle.
Salim endured a tough time in Glasgow with injuries hampering his game time meaning he only made 3 appearances for the Jags – twice in the Betfred Cup and just the one league appearance.
Manager David Martindale said: ”After speaking to Salim and Partick Thistle, we felt it was best that we recalled Salim from his loan spell. It’s extremely unjust on Salim and Partick Thistle as it benefits no one at this point while League One is suspended – and that suspension could potentially be extended.
“As always, Partick Thistle were great to deal with and we are all happy to agree to terminate the loan meaning that Salim can look at getting himself out playing football again over the coming days. It will also help Partick financially.
“I would like to thank both Ian (McCall) and Gerry (Britton) at Partick Thistle for their understanding and help on this.”
Partick Thistle manager Ian McCall said: “Salim is a great lad who has been extremely unlucky with injuries while at Firhill. He goes back to Livingston with our best wishes – I hope he returns to full fitness and to playing regular football soon.”