The young West Bromwich Albion player conceded to one of his former Baggies teammates.
Przybek was named in the Ipswich Under-23s' side to face Crystal Palace on Monday afternoon.
Here's how Town's U23s line-up against @CPFC this afternoon:— Ipswich Town FC (@IpswichTown) 4 February 2019
Przybek, Cotter, Clements, McGavin, Marshall, Ndaba (C), Nydam, Webber, McKendry, Foudil, El Mizouni.
Subs: Egan, Hughes, Z. Brown, Simpson, Crowe. pic.twitter.com/kC3KtF8EzM
The 18-year-old began the campaign playing for West Brom at the same age level, but has since had loan spells at Gloucester City and Rushall Olympic, where he was due to remain until the summer, according to the Baggies' official website.
However, whether or not that is still the case remains to be seen.
However, it is not uncommon at this time of year for clubs to take a look at others' young players with a view to adding them to their own set-ups next season.
It is unclear when Przybek's West Brom contract is due to expire. According to the Premier League website, the Wales youth international signed an extended scholarship deal at the end of last term.
The former West Brom winger, Bakary Sako, scored for the Palace U23s against Ipswich.
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