Evans signed by Burnley in November, was on the move to Hereford two weeks later on a youth loan until January.That loan came to an end yesterday after he played his sixth game for Hereford in a 1-1 draw at Forest Green Rovers.
Former Port Vale striker Martin Foyle, now the Hereford manager, has been impressed with the wide man who was released by Blackburn at the end of last season and would have liked to have kept him longer.
However, finances at Edgar Street have dictated and Evans returns to Burnley with immediate effect.
Meanwhile both Love and Anderson are back from youth loans at FC Halifax. The West Yorkshire club have reported that neither of them will be available for their game against Wrexham tomorrow as both have now returned to their parent club.
All three featured in the behind closed doors game against Wolves earlier in the week whilst both Anderson and Love were in the team that played Liverpool yesterday.