Norwich City have confirmed striker Kei Kamara has returned to Sporting Kansas City after his loan spell with the club ended.
Kamara will link up with the MLS club again after making 11 Premier League appearances for Norwich and scoring once, against Everton.
The 28-year-old Sierra Leone international scored one goal for Norwich and was a regular starter at Carrow Road.
“I want to thank the Norwich City organisation for everything they did for me,” Kamara posted on his Twitter account.
“Not everyone gets to live their dreams, but they gave me mine. Also thank you to all the fans in the UK especially in Norwich, Norfolk for welcoming me with warm arms. Top class people/fans.”
Norwich boss Chris Hughton has publicly spoken about his interest in signing the player permanently and Sporting Kansas have confirmed that Kamara has been the subject of many enquiries following his brief English sojourn.
The Norfolk club are yet to secure their place in the top-flight for next season, and sit just three points above Wigan in 18th, who have a game in hand to play.