West Bromwich Albion winger Kamil Grosicki has been tipped to leave the club by Poland national team coach Jerzy Brzeczek.

The former Hull City winger arrived at The Hawthorns back in January and helped them achieve promotion to the Premier League this summer. Despite his efforts towards the end of last season, Grosicki is yet to appear for Slaven Bilic’s side in England’s top flight this term.

That continued absence saw the Pole linked with a move to Championship side Nottingham Forest, only to see it halted at the last minute due to the relevant paperwork being submitted 21 seconds late.

Grosicki has since been confirmed in West Brom’s 25-man Premier League squad and, despite his lack of football this season, the attacker was called up to the Poland’s national team last week for games against Ukraine, Italy and Netherlands during the current international break.

Speaking on Grosicki’s future, Brzeczek has tipped him to be on the move soon, saying [via Birmingham Live]: “Arek Milik and Kamil are very important players for this team, with incredible quality.

“Personally, I count a lot on them.

“They are not having an easy time but I think they can change teams as early as January.”

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Grosicki seems unlikely to gain much playing time for the Baggies this term, especially before January, and a move in the winter window now looks likely.

The 78-cap Polish winger has ample experience in English football, especially in the Championship, and you would have to feel a move back to England’s second flight would be best suited.

Could Forest come back in with interest? They certainly wanted him before and you would imagine they could be among the first to enquire once again.