Albion have sent plenty of players out on loan this season and Adam Stenning takes a look at how they are getting on at their respective clubs: 

Percy Tau (Club Brugge)

Tau has made a big impact at Brugge. In 12 appearances in all competitions he has scored three goals and added five assists.

One of those assists came at the Santiago Bernabeu when he set up Emmanuel Dennis for his first goal in the 2-2 draw in the Champions League against Real Madrid.

Brugge are enjoying a good start to the season as they are unbeaten and three points clear at the top of the Belgian First Division.

Alexis Mac Allister (Boca Juniors)

The 20-year-old Argentinian has made six appearances in all competitions and contributed two assists.

Three of his appearances have been starts and three have come from the bench. Boca are unbeaten so far in the league and are top of the Superliga Argentina.

Viktor Gykores (FC St. Pauli)

The 21-year-old has made six appearances in all competitions and scored two goals. Both of the Swedish forward’s goals have come in his last two games against SV Sandhausen and 1.FC Nuremberg.

Leo Ostigard (FC St. Pauli)

Ostigard has made five appearances in all competitions and kept two clean sheets.

In four of his last five appearances he has played the full 90 minutes and St.Pauli have only conceded two goals.

Anthony Knockaert (Fulham)

The Frenchman has made 11 appearances in the Championship and has scored two goals and got two assists.

He has linked up well with Aleksandar Mitrovic and Ivan Cavalerio. Between them the trio have scored 14 goals and got five assists.

Jayson Molumby (Millwall)

The Irish midfielder has made six appearances in all competitions. Two of them have come in the Carabao Cup and four in the Championship.

In his last three appearances for Millwall he has played 90 minutes including the 2-1 win over Leeds on Saturday which was first game since boss Neil Harris departed.

Jan Mlakar (Queens Park Rangers)

The 20-year-old striker has made four appearances in all competitions. Two of these have been substitute appearances in the Championship.

Mlakar’s two other outings for QPR came in the Carabao Cup where he played his only 90 minutes in a 2-0 defeat at home to Portsmouth in the second round.

Beram Kayal (Charlton)

The Israel midfielder has not had a major impact for Charlton since joining. His game-time has been limited as he has only made one appearance, which came off the bench, and he has been hampered by injury.

Christian Walton (Blackburn Rovers)

Keeper Walton has played every minute of all 11 Championships games and kept four clean sheets.

He has become one of the first names on the team sheet for Rovers.

The Argus:

(Above) Walton in action for Blackburn. Picture: Barrington Coombes/PA Wire

Matthew Clarke (Derby County)

Clarke has made nine appearances and kept two clean sheets for Derby. The centre-half has seen his game time chances boosted with Richard Keogh out for the season with a knee injury.

Ben White (Leeds United)

Centre-half White has made 13 appearances in all competitions and kept six clean sheets. He was also named the Championship’s PFA player of the month for August.

The Argus:

(Above) Ben White battling for the ball. Picture: Ian Hodgson/PA Wire

Robert Sanchez (Rochdale)

Goalkeeper Sanchez has made 13 appearances in all competitions, playing every minute and has kept three clean sheets. In that time Sanchez has come up against Manchester United at Old Trafford in the Carabao Cup when he helped take Dale to a penalty shootout.

Max Sanders (AFC Wimbledon) Midfielder Sanders has made two substitute appearance and one start for Wimbledon in League One. He performed well in Wimbledon’s 3-2 win over Rochdale on Saturday.

George Cox (Fortuna Sittard)

Defender Cox has played every minute of Fortuna Sittard’s five Eredivisie games in which he has kept one clean sheet.

He also played the full 90 minutes in a big 4-2 win at home over Feyenoord on Sunday.

Anders Dreyer (SC Heerenveen)

Dreyer has made five appearances in all competitions for SC Heerenveen. He has scored three goals which all came in the Belofen Preliminary rounds against SC Cambuur U21.

Jurgen Locadia (Hoffenheim)

Striker Locadia has struggled to make an impact in Germany. He has made three appearances of which all have come off the bench.

Florin Andone (Galatasaray)

The Romanian striker has made three appearances in all competitions. Two of these came in the Super Lig where he started.

His other appearance came off the bench against PSG in the Champions League.

James Tiley (Yeovil Town)

The 21-year-old has made seven appearances in the National League. However Tiley has only started one of these games the other six have come from the bench. He has yet to play 90 minutes for Yeovil.

Roco Rees (Worthing)

The 18-year-old goalkeeper has been in impressive form for the BetVictor Isthmian Premier side.

Rees has played in every minutes of Worthing’s 13 games in all competitions this season. A look at Twitter reveals he has made some superb saves including one against Lewes in a 3-1 win at home in August.

Worthing boss Adam Hinshelwood has been full of praise for the youngster. He said: “He has been excellent he has only made one mistake in 13 games from an 18-year-old is brilliant.

“The maturity he shows dealing with mistakes has been excellent, he has been faultless.”

Kacper Lopata (Whitehawk)

The 18-year-old Polish defender joined Whitehawk on loan in August and made an impressive start scoring on his debut against VCD Athletic. Lopata has made nine appearances and has kept two clean sheets.