Leeds United recently signed Kemar Roofe from Oxford United in the summer transfer window.
Roofe joined Leeds from Oxford United on a four-year contract earlier this month, as announced on the Championship club’s official website.
The 23-year-old is a highly-rated attacking player who can operate as a winger as well as a striker.
The former West Bromwich Albion prospect has made it clear that he is happy to play anywhere head coach Garry Monk wants him to.
“As long as I play, I don't mind. In attack, I think I can play in most of the positions. As long as I am playing, that’s what matters.”
Roofe won the League Two Player of the Year award last season and has arrived at Elland Road with a strong reputation.
The Englishman, who scored 26 goals in 49 matches in all competitions during the 2015-16 campaign, has shown glimpses of his talent and quality in pre-season friendly matches for Leeds so far.