West Bromwich Albion winger Kamil Grosicki has again been left out in the cold after failing to get off the bench for Poland on Wednesday night.

The former Hull City attacker joined the Baggies back in the January transfer window and helped them achieve promotion to the Premier League this summer.

Despite his efforts, Grosicki is yet to appear in the top flight for Slaven Bilic’s side, something which saw him subject to interest from Nottingham Forest as the transfer window came to a close.

Failing to seal a move to Forest due to the relevant paperwork being submitted 21 seconds late, Grosicki has since been confirmed in West Brom’s 25-man Premier League squad.

Called up to the Poland national team earlier this week as his side prepared for games against Ukraine, Italy and Netherlands, the 32-year-old would have been looking to add to his tally of 78 caps for his country.

However, with Poland beating Ukraine 2-0 on Wednesday evening, the winger found himself in an all-too familiar position, sitting out the game as an unused substitute.

His lack of appearance came after a good luck message from the Baggies’ official Twitter account, which led to some fans calling for his country to ‘play him’.

Whether or not Grosicki features against Italy or Netherlands remains to be seen, but if he is called upon and he makes an impression, he might just yet convince Bilic to play him at club level.

If he continues to be snubbed for both club and country, though, he may be left with a major decision on his future over the winter.