Bradford City have retained the services of striker George Miller.
This comes after Barnsley purchased the City loanee from his parent club, Middlesbrough.
Miller, 21, has agreed to remain on loan at the Northern Commercials Stadium until the end of the season.
The former Bury forward joined the Bantams in July and, to date, has scored six goals in 34 appearances.
Miller said: “I would like to thank Bradford for allowing me to take up a longer-term offer for 2019 and beyond.
“However, I am pleased to be staying here until the end of the season - and am up for the fight. I am determined to help keep the club in League One.
“I am enjoying my time with City and our form has really improved over the past couple of months.
“We are pulling together and working hard in order to keep picking up results.”
City manager David Hopkin added: “George being signed by Barnsley is testament to the hard work he has put in and the efforts the coaching staff here have put into him.
“We are delighted to have him on board for the next four months, though, and it is pleasing he has chosen to stay with us.”