Robbo back at Reebok
Bolton defender Paul Robinson will return to the Reebok Stadium after Leeds United ruled out a permanent deal.
Robinson moved to Elland Road on loan in March and was hoping to do enough during his stay to earn a permanent deal after it became clear he would not be in the plans of Owen Coyle next season.
The defender has made nine appearances for the Championship outfit but their manager Neil Warnock has admitted he is unlikely to offer him a contract in the summer even if he will be available on a free.
Robinson was left out of the final day defeat against Leicester and Warnock has explained the reason why.
"He had a slight stiff muscle but I saw the Leigh Bromby injury last week and I felt it wasn't right to play him," he revealed. "I don't think I'll be taking him next season and if that's the case then I didn't want him getting injured in a nothing game.
"I played young Zac (Thompson) in the middle and Pughy (Danny Pugh) had to fill in at left-back for one game."
Robinson made a number of blunders when handed a chance in the Bolton side and with Marcos Alonso and Sam Ricketts battling for the left-back spot, there is no way back in for the former West Brom defender who is now on the search for another club.