“It’s been an incredible learning curve for him here to deal with this amount of injuries which would have fazed an experienced physio. But he’s taken it all in his stride.
“He has had a lot of pressure heaped on young shoulders and he won’t go through that sort of learning curve at any other club. “I am really chuffed for the kid. It is a great opportunity for him and he leaves with our best wishes.” Bowman said: “The decision to leave was not taken lightly, but being able to return to my family home, while furthering my professional development, were both key factors in the move. “I will hold the club in the highest regard for giving me the opportunity to fulfil my dream as a practicing physiotherapist in professional football. “I’d like to publicly thank the gaffer (Paul Cox), the staff, players and everyone associated with the club for their support. “From my involvement with the club during the Conference winning season (2013), to helping cement our status in the Football League, I will leave with many fond memories.”