Kamil Grosicki has been restricted to only two leagues starts for West Bromwich Albion and both of them came in January.
The winger had opportunities to leave The Hawthorns in the winter market, but he rejected offers from England, Germany and Turkey.
Legia Warsaw and Pogoń Szczecin were credited with an interest in the Poland international and the 32-year-old had until February 24th to return to his homeland.
The transfer window in Poland closed on Wednesday and the former Hull City is still with the Baggies.
Grosicki’s contract expires at the end of the season and is struggling to get opportunities at the club. Sam Allardyce has left him out of the league squad in the last six matches.
Piłka Nożna states ‘there are certainly very difficult months ahead’ for the Pole after the West Brom manager decided not to count on him.
With a contract expiring in June, Grosicki can join a new club on a free transfer in the summer and collect a signing on bonus.
However, his decision not to leave the Premier League side could cost him a place in the Poland squad for Euro 2020.
Poland appointed Paulo Sousa as their manager in January and Piłka Nożna adds the new coach is unlikely to count on those players who haven’t had regular minutes at their club this season.