Wolverhampton Wanderers have sent young striker Bright Enobakhare out on loan to Coventry City.
Last summer, Wolves sent Enobakhare to Scottish Premiership side Kilmarnock.
But his time in Scotland was unsuccessful as he only managed six outings for Killie and he failed to find the net.
Enobakhare has scored three senior goals in his career, all of which have come in his 49 games for Wolves.
The Nigerian striker has shown raw talent but needs to add end product to his game to progress to the next level.
With just one league goal to his name since coming through the ranks at Wolves, Enobakhare runs the risk of being released in the summer.
The 20-year-old last signed a contract with Wolves in December 2016, penning a two-and-a-half-year deal, as per the Wolves website.
That takes him through to summer 2019 with transfermarkt confirming that his contract ends at the end of this season.
By the time his loan stint at Coventry expires, Enobakhare will be 21 and Wolves will be a firmly established Premier League side.
If he has any chance of saving his Wolves career, the young striker must impress at The Ricoh Arena.
Coventry are out of all the cup competitions so he has 19 league games left to catch Nuno Espirito Santo’s eye and convince him to extend his Wolves deal.
If he struggles with the Sky Blues, he might be looking for a new club for next season.