TEENAGE Swindon Town striker Scott Twine has been recalled from a loan spell at National League South side Chippenham Town, it was revealed this morning.

Twine, who has made one senior appearance for Town, was in the midst of his second spell at the Bluebirds this season, having scored four times in 10 appearances in an earlier stint for Mark Collier's side late last year.

His first loan spell was subsequently cut short after the 18 year old suffered a hamstring injury and he returned to Town, sitting on the bench for the Boxing Day defeat by Luton Town and New Year's Day win at Barnet.

Twine subsequently headed back down the M4 on a deal for the remainder of the season, scoring in Chippenham's 1-0 win over Bognor Regis Town last month.

However, he has now been recalled to join the squad led by interim boss Matt Taylor and will be available for Town for the remainder of their League Two campaign.

Twine's only senior appearance to date was as a second-half substitute in Town's 3-0 defeat by Charlton Athletic on the final day of last season.