Millwall boss Gary Rowett has confirmed that West Brom loanee Kenneth Zohore has picked up another injury at the Championship side.

The Danish forward hasn’t enjoyed much success at the New Den, suffering from numerous problems since temporarily leaving The Hawthorns.

Rowett has added to those woes by admitting that Zohore is likely to be missing for the rest of the season with his latest injury.

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Speaking in his latest press conference, as shared by News at Den, Rowett claimed that the striker may not play again until next season.

“Kenneth Zohore was out today, looks very unlikely he’s going to play much part moving into the last four games,” he said.

“But we’re not going to complain, we’re just going to get on with it and see if we can find one or two solutions.

“It is frustrating, it would be nice to get them back but I think it’s going to be next season.”

 

Wave goodbye.

It has become quite clear that Zohore isn’t good enough for the Baggies, and that was proven very early after he arrived from Cardiff last season.

The Dane could have gone out and smashed some goals in at Millwall to prove his case to the likes of Sam Allardyce, but he has even failed to do that in London.

The 27-year-old has started nine games and added six further substitute appearances for the Lions, only managing to find the back of the net twice.

We would have liked to have seen him hit double figures in the Championship, especially given that relegation still appears likely this season.

It looks as though Karlan Grant and Callum Robinson may be handed the responsibility of firing us back to the Premier League unless Mbaye Diagne somehow stays on; time will tell.

In other West Brom news, Confirmed: One Baggies player returns to training after ankle injury last week, but key star still missing

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