Charlton have recalled striker Kevin Lisbie from his loan spell at Norwich.
The Canaries had hoped to keep Lisbie on beyond the end of his month-long deal, but Charlton boss Alan Curbishley decided to bring the 26-year-old back.
"We would very much like to have kept Kevin longer, but we respect Charlton's position," Norwich assistant manager Doug Livermore told the club website.
Lisbie scored one goal in his four starts and two substitute outings for the Canaries.
"I'd like to take this opportunity to thank Kevin for his time here and also Charlton for allowing him to join on loan in the first place," added Livermore.