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Loanee Jenkins back at Hornets

Ross Jenkins has returned to parent club Watford at the end of his loan spell with League Two strugglers Barnet.

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Ross Jenkins: Scored once for Bees

Ross Jenkins: Scored once for Bees

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The 22-year-old midfielder made five appearances in black and amber after making the short move to Underhill last month.

Jenkins made his Bees debut in a 4-1 win over Morecambe and scored his only goal, a spectacular overhead kick, a week later in a 3-2 defeat by Accrington.

The Vicarage Road academy graduate has played 95 times for the Hornets but only one this season under Gianfranco Zola and also had a spell at Plymouth Argyle.

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