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Keogh returns to Molineux

Keogh returns to Molineux

City's on-loan forward Andy Keogh has returned to Wolves after picking up a back injury.

The Irishman arrived at Ashton Gate on deadline day in January and scored one goal in nine appearances.

Prior to picking up the back injury that curtailed his loan spell in the West Country, Keogh found his first-team opportunities were limited after the return to fitness of Nicky Maynard.

The Robins had the option to sign the 24-year-old permanently in the summer, but it's not an option boss Keith Millen will be pursuing.

"When you look at the types of forward we've got he's quite similar," Millen told BBC Radio Bristol.

"I'm looking to get a balance to the squad and have different options in different areas."

Keogh's solitary strike for the City came in the February's 4-0 rout of Preston at Deepdale.

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Date:Thursday April 14 2011
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