Sullay returns to Palace due to injuries at the Premier League club“We have got talent in the building that we can look at now and you’d be right to say that somebody else now will hopefully step up to the plate and help us to keep moving forward in our fight to gain three points,” he added.
And Micky admitted that with the talent still at his disposal, there is now an opportunity for someone to make an impression.
“But that’s they way it is and we’ve got to move on and try and keep focused on the Fleetwood game.”
“There’s always a threat that when you do take loan players that you know that they’re not yours and the timing of the return to their clubs is never ideal, especially when they’ve been playing and had such a prominent part in your team.
“He’s such a great kid and he goes back to his club and we absolutely wish him well for the future.
He said; “We’re obviously disappointed to lose such a talented player but what we have got to say is that we have to be grateful for the time that we had him here because he made such a massive impact, not just on the pitch, but off it.”
Boss Micky Mellon was disappointed at losing a talent like Sullay, but was grateful for the opportunity of having him at Shrewsbury Town.
The 20-year-old has had a productive spell at the Greenhous Meadow, contributing five goals in 14 appearances which led to the popular attacking player winning the PFA Player of the Month Award for October.
Injuries to several first-team players at Crystal Palace has led to on-loan forward Sullay Kaikai being recalled, thus ending his loan at Shrewsbury Town.