Kemar Roofe hoping to make his West Brom debut when he returns from successful Oxford loan spell in May

The winger is also out of contract in the summer, so needs to impress Tony Pulis.

West Brom have plenty of players who cannot break into the first-team.

One player who falls into that category is 22-year-old winger Kemar Roofe. The talented local lad has never really made the grade with West Brom. He is yet to make his first-team debut for The Baggies, although he has been named on the bench on a couple of occasions.

The majority of his West Brom career has been spent out on loan. He has had varying degrees of success during stints with Vikingur Reykjavik, Northampton Town, Cheltenham Town and Colchester United.

He is currently with Oxford United until May 2nd and has impressed at the Kassam Stadium, scoring four goals in 14 games for the club - including a double in his last game against Tranmere Rovers.

Roofe is now looking to get some action at West Brom before the end of the season. He told the Oxford Mail:

"My loan has flown by and I’m not ready for the season to end.

“My season doesn’t finish (on May 2), I’ve still got to go back to West Brom.

“It’s always in my mind, I’ve been there since I was seven and still yet to debut.

“I would love to (play for WBA this season).”

With West Brom seemingly safe and Roofe out of contract in the summer Tony Pulis may indeed decide to give the winger a chance to earn himself some more time at the club.

Time will tell if Roofe has a long-term future at West Brom.

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