The future looks unclear for 29-year-old winger Hal Robson-Kanu at West Brom following arrivals at the club during the latest transfer window, that will apply more pressure on him, as he looks to get regular first team football at the Hawthorns.
Robson-Kanu has scored three goals and provided one assist in 24 appearances so far this season, but with competition for places at the Hawthorns, starting spots could become harder to come-by.
So will Robson-Kanu be involved much at West Brom now after another big transfer window?
“It depends on how Moore wants them to play.
“Robson-Kanu gives them a different dimension and outlet to the other players they have in attack.
“I see a lesser role, but he still has a vital part to play between now and the end of the season.”
“No. I didn’t see him being involved before.
“How he blagged a contract there I’ll never know.
“One good goal two years ago saved him from the scrapheap.
“The day will come though where they see through him.”
“I think he’s set for the substitutes bench.
“Robson-Kanu is an inconsistent performer in this West Brom squad, and Darren Moore has better options available to him now.
“The likes of Jacob Murphy, Jefferson Montero and Matt Phillips are likely to be ahead of the Welshman in the pecking order so he’ll surely see his game time reduced in the near future.”