The Leeds United attacker has an odd goal celebration which Eunan O'Kane can't reveal the source of.
The 24-year-old has scored five times in his last three games for Leeds in all competitions and the former Oxford United hitman has a peculiar way of celebrating his goals.
Roofe, a £3 million signing by Garry Monk last summer, appears to whip something up in an imaginary bowl, and although O'Kane knows what it is, the Irishman refuses to spill the beans.
He told LUTV: "I think he needs a bit of work on his celebration but other than the goal [against Burton Albion on Saturday] was very good."
Asked what the genesis was, O'Kane refused: "I don't think I should explain. I do know what it is but I think you'll have to ask him!"
It remains to be seen exactly what Roofe is whipping up, but Thomas Christiansen's side are whipping up some fine, free-flowing performances these days and their 5-0 decimation of Burton this past weekend is the biggest indication yet that Leeds are serious promotion contenders.
The Whites, who have scored 21 goals from eight games in all competitions, sit second in the Championship, two points behind top-of-the-table Cardiff, and they will move top tonight if United beat Birmingham City at Elland Road and the Bluebirds fluff their lines away to Preston North End.