Date: 8th January 2012 at 9:22am
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Sunderland centre-half Nyron Nosworthy returned to his parent club today following an excellent loan spell at Vicarage Road.

The 30 year-old centre-back-cum-right-back arrived on loan in WD18 on October 28 to cover the injury suffered by Martin Taylor.

Nosworthy immediately settled into life in Hertfordshire helping the side to a 3-2 win over Peterborough on his debut. A few days later Nosworthy partnered Adrian Mariappa once more, marshalling the ‘Orns defence to a clean sheet and a 1-0 victory over Brighton & Hove Albion.

The Brixton-born centre-back has stated his desire to secure a contract for next season with his present deal at the Stadium of Light set to expire in the summer.

Martin O`Neill has breathed new life into proceedings in Wearside and Nosworthy could be a beneficiary of the clean slate on offer.

The ex-Gillingham defender is well out of the Hornet`s wage bracket but in an effort to move closer to home and secure first-team football we can but hope.

With Wes Brown, Titus Bramble and Phil Bardsley all injured at present though, it`s clear where Nosworthy`s immediate future lies.

Nosworthy made 12 league starts and one F.A Cup start for the Goldenboys without scoring. Many thanks for your efforts Nyron and good luck for the future!