Nathan Byrne has been recalled by parent club Tottenham half way through his loan spell at the Seward Stadium.
The full back joined the Cherries on a season long loan in the summer, and made 12 appearances for Lee Bradbury's side before picking up ankle injury in the win over Exeter in September, which proved to be the last time he would feature for the club.
The 21-year-old was predicted to be sidelined for four months, but chose to spend his rehabilitation on the south coast and returned to training at the beginning of the year.
Byrne was pencilled in to make his return to action in a reserve team fixture with Brighton earlier this month, but the recent cold conditions forced the game to be postponed.
Bradbury has just one recognised fit right back in his squad in Simon Francis after Stephen Purches suffered a broken leg in the Cherries' defeat at Rochdale on Saturday.
Byrne played 90 minutes for a Spurs XI in a friendly with Leyton Orient on Tuesday.