Kilmarnock: Luke Hendrie extends loan spell, but Adams, Bojaj, Boyle, Burn leave

Luke Hendrie
Defender Luke Hendrie has extended his loan at Kilmarnock until the end of the season

Kilmarnock have extended Burnley full-back Luke Hendrie's loan until the end of the season - but four players have returned to their parent clubs.

Hendrie, 22, has made 18 Killie appearances this season.

Midfielder Charlie Adams has returned to Birmingham City, while striker Flo Bojaj and defender Will Boyle are back with Huddersfield Town.

Defender Jonathan Burn will not return from parent club Middlesbrough, where he is receiving treatment on an injury.

The five players are among 17 brought in by Kilmarnock boss Lee Clark during a busy summer transfer window.

George Green, Oliver Davies and Mark Waddington had previously cut short loan spells at Rugby Park while Ross County defender Scott Boyd is on a season-long loan from Dingwall.

Adams, 21, made nine appearances for the Ayrshire club, while Bojaj, 20, featured on five occasions; his last involvement coming in the Hogmanay stalemate with Partick Thistle.

Boyle, 21, played 14 times for the Scottish Premiership outfit, scoring on his debut in the League Cup win over Clyde in July.

Burn, also 21, made 10 appearances, before picking up a thigh injury against Hamilton Academical on 5 November.

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