Jay O’Shea capped his final game for Chesterfield with a goal in their 2-1 defeat to Wycombe Wanderers on Saturday.
The Irish winger, who returns to stadiummk following the completion of his loan spell with the Spireites, opened the scoring for the League 2 outfit with a powerful effort mid-way through the first half but it wasn’t enough for Paul Cook’s side who slipped to their second straight defeat.
O’Shea is the last Dons loanee to complete a stint away from Milton Keynes, having scored twice in seven appearances for the Derbyshire team since joining them in late November. The 24-year-old was one of four Dons players sent out on loan from the Club along with Jabo Ibehre, Tom Flanagan and George Baldock.
Ibehre made 15 appearances for Colchester United during his time in Essex, netting on four occasions while Tom Flanagan also featured 15 times for his loan club Gillingham before returning to MK1 prematurely due to injury. Finally George Baldock, who joined Tamworth on loan soon after his spell with Icelandic side IBV came to an end, made 15 appearances for the Lambs scoring one goal.
Elsewhere, trio Patrick Bamford, Ibra Sekajja and Angelo Balanta have returned to Chelsea, Crystal Palace and QPR respectively after spending time with the Dons on loan last calendar year.
Balanta, whose stint with the Dons was his third in his career, made 13 appearances in just over two months in Milton Keynes, netting his only goal in the 2-2 draw with Shrewsbury Town. Bamford made two appearances for Karl Robinson’s side after an injury-riddled loan spell while Ibra Sekajja only featured on one occasion.