Scunthorpe United utility player Andrew Wright is concerned that his future is uncertain after the next few games.Wright, 25, was loaned out to near-neighbours Grimsby Town but recalled by Iron manager Ian Baraclough after injuries to key players. [LNB]"I've come back initially and he told me I was coming back because he needed me to play," Wright told BBC Radio Humberside. [LNB]"I haven't had a conversation with regards to the next month or two yet." [LNB]Wright has played four times for Scunthorpe this season, as well as making nine appearances and scoring one goal during his two-month spell with The Mariners. [LNB]However, he will be unable to return to the Blue Square Premier side again this season due to the rules of the loan system. [LNB]The 25-year-old says he fears he will be left out in the cold again once first-choice players are fit again at Glanford Park. [LNB]He said: "The thought is obviously there that I've come back now because they need bodies in the building now, but what about in a month's time when everyone becomes fit again? Am I just going to drop back down the pecking order? [LNB]The former Liverpool youth player joined Scunthorpe in January 2008 from West Virginia University in the United States. [LNB]He met his wife in America, but says while he does want to return there one day he has no immediate plans to do so. [LNB]Meanwhile, Kevin McDonald has returned to parent club Burnley following the completion of the second month of his loan spell. [LNB]The Scottish midfielder made five appearances and scored once for The Iron.