Keogh and McCarthy head away from Elland Road...
Loan duo Andy Keogh and Alex McCarthy have now returned to their parent clubs after spells with Leeds United.
Keogh's loan spell ended after Monday's game against Burnley and the Wolves striker, who wasn't involved in the clash with the Clarets, has now returned to Molineux.
Keogh made 24 appearances after arriving in August, scoring two goals, at Brighton and Peterborough.
Goalkeeper McCarthy made six appearances after joining from Reading in November. He kept three clean sheets and saved a penalty during the 1-1 draw at Watford.
United boss Simon Grayson said: "I'd like to thank both Wolves and Reading for allowing the players to come here, and I'd like to thank to the two lads for everything they have contributed."
McCarthy's departure leaves Andy Lonergan as the only senior goalkeeper on a longer term contract currently at the club, but Maik Taylor's short-term deal covers the next three games and boss Simon Grayson has confirmed that he is looking to extend the player's stay with the club.