Barry Hepburn has returned to Bayern Munich from Queen's Park after his loan spell was cut short "by mutual consent".

The winger, who joined the Scottish Championship side in the summer, had fallen down the pecking order at the Spiders and started few games.

And his departure is one of the first bits of business new boss Callum Davidson had to deal with after his appointment.

A club statement read: "The temporary transfer agreement between Queen’s Park and Bayern Munich that saw Scottish Youth Internationalist Barry Hepburn turn out for The Spiders has been ended by mutual consent.

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"The 19-year-old attacker who has been with the youth academy at the German side since leaving Celtic in 2020 joined Queen’s Park last summer and featured in 21 games during which he scored three goals.

"Despite only having a brief time at the club Barry did create a small piece of history with his goal against Arbroath on August 12 being the first ever league goal scored at The city Stadium following its redevelopment."

Club President David Hunter added: “We would like to wish Barry well on his return to Bayern Munich and thank him for his efforts during his time at Queen’s Park.”