YORK City have opted to recall Zanda Siziba from his loan spell with Blyth Spartans. 

Adam Hinshelwood has made the decision to trigger the recall clause in Siziba's contract with Blyth, which would have come to an end on Saturday. 

Siziba joined Blyth on a one-month loan deal on February 23, with the winger impressing during his time in the North East. 

The 20-year-old featured in six matches for Blyth in the Vanarama National League North, bagging three goals under the management of former York forward Jon Shaw. 

That includes a brace in the Spartans' recent 3-2 victory over Buxton, with Siziba helping guide Blyth to 15th place in the National League North table.

Siziba returns to City ahead of their final six matches of the Vanarama National League campaign, having initially joined the football club in the Summer from Yeovil Town. 

Hinshelwood had hinted to the Press earlier today that he was considering bringing Siziba back, saying: “It’s something that we’ll definitely have a look at, his potential for a recall ends tomorrow, which is when the eight days are up.

"We’ll have to look at our illness and what we’ve got, we’re not overly blessed with goalscoring options at the moment and Zanda can score goals.

"He got three in seven with the club earlier on in the season and he’s got three goals now out on loan, so he’s definitely one that we’re going to consider."

Blyth boss Shaw was saddened to lose Siziba, telling the club website: “It’s a real shame to lose Zanda as he’s really found his feet in the last few games and we still believe there’s more to come.

“In a short spell he’s made an impact and hopefully goes back with confidence and gets the minutes to show the York fans what he’s shown here.”

Siziba is available for selection for York's trip to Bromley on Saturday, March 23 (3pm).