Canter, 33, has decided to compete in this week's Open de France following Horsfield's return to the Majesticks GC side on the Saudi-backed circuit.
Horsfield was mentored by Poulter during his junior days.
Canter stepped in for Horsfield and competed in the last seven events on LIV Golf for the Majesticks.
He chalked up four top-20 finishes.
Those results have done little to turn the fortunes for the Majesticks who look on from bottom of the LIV Golf League standings heading into LIV Golf Chicago this week.
LIV Golf's Lee Westwood, Laurie Canter and other DP World Tour pros have reacted to the OWGR changes...— GolfMagic (@GolfMagic) August 9, 2022
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There are just three tournaments left on the LIV Golf League schedule for 2023.
The new LIV Golf schedule for 2024 is set to be announced imminently.
Canter has paid his fine and served his ban following his LIV Golf commitments and is now able to return to the DP World Tour.
His appearance at the Open de France this week marks just his second on the DP World Tour in the space of four weeks having competed in the ISPS Handa World Invitational where he missed the cut.
Canter also competed in The Open in July and he finished a respectable T17.
He recently told the Guardian his move to LIV Golf had been a "complete life changer" financially for him.
Canter told the Guardian:
As for whether Canter remains part of the LIV Golf player roster in 2024 remains to be seen, especially with the ongoing framework agreement between the PGA Tour, DP World Tour and LIV Golf's bankrollers, the Saudi Public Investment Fund.
Canter told the Guardian golf's civil war "has been embarrassing" for the game.