Antonio Kaufusi has opted not to extend his loan at Bradford and will now attempt to regain his place at Huddersfield.
The prop only joined the Giants during the off-season on a two-year deal from London Broncos but recently found himself out of favour with Paul Anderson.
He joined the Bulls on a four-match loan deal and impressed during that spell, leading Bradford to offer him a season-long loan deal.
But he has rejected that opportunity as he looks to re-establish himself at his parent club.
Bulls head coach Francis Cummins said: “We are really disappointed to see Antonio go back to Huddersfield, as we would have liked to have kept hold of him until the end of the year.
"We fully appreciate Antonio's desire to fulfil his original commitments, though, and wish him all the very best for the future."
Meanwhile, Jay Pitts has been charged with making a Grade B dangerous throw on Anthony England of Warrington Wolves in the 27th minute of the Tetley’s Challenge Cup quarter-final defeat on Sunday.
The on-loan Hull forward has until 11.00am on Tuesday to submit an Early Guilty Plea.
The RFL Match Review Panel has also issued a caution to Danny Addy for making dangerous contact in the 49th minute of the match.