Ashley Hemmings is to stay to help Burton Albion secure promotion to League One.
The 23-year-old began his career at Wolves, and had loan spells at Cheltenham, Torquay and Plymouth before moving to Walsall in 2012. He had made 32 starts for the Saddlers this season, scoring four goals before joining Burton in March.
Both Walsall and Burton confirmed yesterday that he'll remain on loan until the end of the season after his first spell ended on 27 April.
Burton manager Gary Rowett had previously said: "Ashley's pace and trickery brings us a different option and we think he'll be a good addition."
He joined The Saddlers in the summer of 2012 and has featured in 32 games in all competitions this season, during which time he has scored five goals, including a Goal of the Season contender at Swindon Town.
After featuring four times for Albion, Hemmings is yet to score against the team that could face his parent club next season.
It's likely he'll return to the Bescot stadium when the season's over as manager Dean Smith has said he isn't planning a squad overhaul to help their promotion chances next year.
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