Ipswich Town manager Paul Lambert has confirmed that Jordan Graham will be allowed to leave Portman Road in January.
Former Town boss Paul Hurst brought the 23-year-old to Suffolk on loan in August but the winger has not featured in the first team since Lambert took over the managerial reins.
Graham is currently training with Oxford United in a bid to earn a contract with the League One side, who are 5/1 to be relegated this season.
"I can only come in and see with my own eyes what I think is right and what I think is wrong and I think we've got a squad where there's a lot of players, young ones as well, who I think are going to make an impact sooner rather than later," said former Stoke City, Aston Villa and Norwich City boss Lambert.
"Jordan was only a young kid when I was Aston Villa when I was there and he was out injured a lot at Wolves."
Lambert has indicated that Jack Lankester's progress has led to his decision to let Graham leave, saying of the teenager: "Jack's got an incredible touch, he has a terrific way of playing.
"He's only a kid but he's one young one that I think, 'Yeah, you could have a massive career'. We have to nurture him and give him game time when we think, 'Go on now and let's see what you can do'."
Ipswich are at the foot of the Championship table and are 1/200 to be relegated this term while they are 3/1 to beat West Brom on Friday.
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