Jack Jebb
Jack Jebb leaves Arsenal again to rejoin Stevenage (Getty Images)

Arsenal midfielder Jack Jebb has returned to Stevenage on loan for the remainder of the season, the club have confirmed.

Jebb, 19, initially joined the League Two side on loan in October 2014 but was limited to just five appearances after suffering a knee injury that forced his early return to north London.

However, having made his recovery, the midfielder has now returned to the Lamex Stadium to help the club in their push for a play-off place.

Speaking earlier in March having made his return from injury for Arsenal's Under-21 ranks, Jebb spoke enthusiastically about the prospect of returning to Broadhall Way.

"I'm hoping to go back on loan, hopefully to Stevenage soon," he said. "Obviously I want to get some game time here first to get my sharpness back. Maybe in the next few weeks I'll go back there and hopefully finish the season there."

Football League clubs had until 5pm on 26 March to finalise emergency loan deals. Jebb becomes the second youngster to leave Arsenal after striker Chuba Akpom left the Emirates to sign for Nottingham Forest until the end of the season.

On 24 March, Gunners defender Semi Ajayi also left the club, joining Cardiff City on loan until the end of the season. The 21-year-old, three times an unused substitute for Arsenal this season against Newcastle United, Stoke City and Hull City, moves to the Bluebirds after a spell on trial with the second-tier club.