Jamal Lowe is looking forward to playing first-team football with Boreham Wood
Jamal Lowe is hoping to come back from Boreham Wood a much better player after joining the club on a one-month loan deal.
Lowe, 18, has already been out on loan once this season to Hayes and Yeading and he is hoping for a similar experience at the Wood.
The forward only signed on Friday and was an unused substitute for Saturday’s 1-1 draw with Bromley but as he begins to settle in he is hoping to feature more prominently.
“I am very much looking forward to my spell with Boreham Wood because I will be playing regular, competitive, first-team football.
“Hopefully I can take full advantage of this, learn a lot from my time there and come back a better player.”
Lowe enjoyed an impressive spell with Hayes scoring three goals in three games before being recalled by the Bees and he is hoping for more of the same.
“I went out on loan earlier in the season to Hayes and Yeading and it was a very good experience for me.
“Hopefully it will be more of the same at Boreham Wood and like I said it will hopefully make me a better player.”
He has also featured for the Under-21s but due to the continuous bad weather he was left frustrated which further increased his desire to go back out on loan.
“We have not had many games for the Under-21s because of the snow and I will now obviously miss the games that are coming up.
“It has been very frustrating because our games have been cancelled because of things out of our control so I am looking forward to going out on loan and playing games.”