YORK City’s on-loan midfielder Liam Agnew has returned to National League neighbours Harrogate Town.

The Sunderland-born, 23-year-old made five National League North appearances for the Minstermen during his one-month spell, whilst he also scored and was sent off during the 6-1 North Riding Senior Cup quarter-final home victory over Redcar Athletic.

Agnew’s departure means there are no longer any loan players on the Bootham Crescent books, with Alex Bray, Joe Davis, Kennedy Digie and Joe Ironside having returned to their parent clubs earlier this month.

New boss Steve Watson, therefore, currently has 16 fit senior professionals at his disposal – Adam Bartlett, Hamza Bencherif, Jordan Burrow, David Ferguson, Kallum Griffiths, Alex Harris, Alex Kempster, Macaulay Langstaff, Josh Law, Adriano Moke, Sean Newton, Jon Parkin, Dan Parslow, Joe Tait, Jake Wright and Wes York.

Injured midfielder Simon Heslop, meanwhile, remains sidelined, with the squad bolstered by teenage trio Nathan Dyer, Reiss Harrison and Ryan Whitley.

Watson and assistant-manager Micky Cummins will meet City supporters tomorrow night in The 1922 Bar for a question-and-answers session, which starts at 7.30pm with the doors opening half-an-hour earlier.

It is a “ticket-only” event, with tickets limited to two per person and available from the club shop between 11am and 3pm today and tomorrow.