The winger is having a stellar time with Oxford United in League Two.
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. His recent form has been particularly impressive. He has scored five goals in his last six games and has helped Oxford to an unbeaten run of seven games, winning four and drawing three from those ties.
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His form has now been recognised by the Football League. Roofe has been nominated for the April Player of the Month award for League Two along with Adam Barrett of Southend United, Connor Goldson of Shrewsbury Town and Portsmouth's Jed Wallace.
Roofe is out of contract this summer, but could play in West Brom's final three games of the Premier League season as his deal with Oxford United ends after this weekend.
His contract with The Baggies expires in the summer, so these three games might be his last chance to salvage a career at The Hawthorns.