Nathan Ellington has threatened to quit West Brom if he is not given a chance to start.
The striker was on the bench at Burnley on Saturday and played only the final 20 minutes for Tony Mowbray's side.
Ellington had hoped to see regular playing time for The Baggies this season after Diomansy Kamara joined Fulham over the summer.
He was disappointed to be only a substitute against Burnley and could ask to leave if his situation does not change.
"I don't know if I'll get a starting position - I guess it all depends on if the manager can see all the hard work I'm putting in," Ellington said in The Sun.
"I don't know what I'm going to do to get in the team. Do I have to score 10 goals when I come on as sub or have five assists?
"I know it was only the first game of the season but I'm disappointed that I didn't play because I know I can score goals at this level.
"If I don't get the games or get to play here, I may have to move somewhere where I will be able to play regularly."