The forward completed a move in the summer after the Championship club paid around £3m for him.
Kemar Roofe during his time with Oxford
Kemar Roofe has claimed that everything at Leeds United is immense, before adding that he has found the move to Elland Road mind-blowing, the Yorkshire Evening Post reports.
The 23-year-old joined the Whites earlier this summer after an excellent season in League Two with Oxford United. And despite beginning his career with Premier League side West Bromwich Albion, Roofe appears to have been taken aback by the size of his new club.
"I couldn't wait to take this chance. Everything here is immense," he told the Yorkshire Evening Post.
The £3m signing would go on to reiterate his amazement at the stature of the club, before also stating how he hoped to be a part of the team that ended United's top flight exile at last.
Roofe has been taken aback by the stature of the club
"I'm really grateful for everything that happened there [at Oxford] but coming to Leeds has been mind-blowing. Everything's just massive, especially the history here. I hope we can get promoted this season and start our own legacy," he added.
After failing to make an appearance for the Baggies and spending almost all of his career playing in the lower divisions, Roofe has certainly joined the Yorkshire side with a point to prove as he attempts to show that he is capable of making a contribution in the top tiers of English football.
And if the forward can use the stature of the club he is playing for to inspire him to replicate the form he showed at the Kassam Stadium last season - he scored 18 league goals to inspire the side to promotion - then Leeds will surely be in with a great chance of challenging for a place in the top six.