The Polish international has been linked with potential loan deals in the Championship.
The 19-year-old was excellent for his nation and that forced Leicester City into a move to sign the player from Cracovia in the Polish top-flight. It was a deal which Sky Sports said cost the Foxes around £7.5 million and his promise was clear for all to see.
Poland's Bartosz Kapustka shoots at goal
But he has struggled for first-team football at Leicester and is still waiting for his first official appearance for the club.
The Telegraph reported this week that Leicester are open to sending out the young Polish attacker on loan in January.
One of his agents has now spoken about a potential January exit. Speaking to Sport in Poland Bartlomiej Bolek remained tight-lipped on the Leicester talents’ future:
Poland's Bartosz Kapustka and Michal Pazdan look dejected after missing a opportunity to score
“About a possible loan Bart? I’m not going to talk about that now.
“Why? Because we do not have the habit to comment on matters that have not yet occurred. To start the transfer window is still some time. Wait for winter. Then we'll see what happens.”
Northern Ireland's Craig Cathcart in action with Poland's Bartosz Kapustka
Polish reports, including one from Gazeta Krakowska, earlier in the month suggested that Kapustka’s representatives have been told of interest from Championship quartet Birmingham, Derby, Forest and Wolves.
A move to the Championship could be a positive move from the teenager, who could benefit greatly from a spell at either Birmingham, Derby, Forest or Wolves.
January should be an interesting time for Leicester’s struggling summer recruit.