Excitement has been building at West Ham around Jarrod Bowen since joining from Hull City in 2020, with the new Arjen Robben excelling beyond imagination under the tutelage of David Moyes.
The winger has taken big strides into the West Ham squad especially under Moyes with consistent and commendable performances week in, week out for the Hammers.
He is regarded as one of the best, who has contributed to west ham’s great performance this season.
Jarrod Bowen: Premier League’s Man Of The Moment
Jarrod Bowen’s Making At Hereford Academy
Jarrod Bowen began playing football at Hereford’s academy following an unsuccessful trial at Aston Villa and Cardiff City, and he went on to helped his local club to a fourth round of the FA Youth Cup which they lost to Manchester City.
Following his brilliant performance for the academy team, he was rewarded with a senior debut as a 16-year old and in his maiden campaign in 2013-14 he scored and made an assist.
Life In The Premier League & Championship
After Hereford was expelled from the Football Conference in 2014, Bowen joined Premier League side Hull City in July and went on to played over 124 games and scored a total of 52 goals, and assisted 68 times for the Tigers.
After Hull City got relegated to the Championship in 2017, Jarrod Bowen grew into a more mature player with brilliant consistency in the final third for the Tigers.
In his breakout season in 2017-18, the Leominster born scored in his sides first game of the campaign against Aston Villa and never looked back, finishing the season with 15 goals in all competitions and winning the ‘Players’ Player of the Year Award at Hull City.
The following season he followed that up with a remarkable campaign for Hull scoring 22 times with four assists in the league and threw doubters’ opinions concerning his form and consistency to the bin.
Move To The Premier League In 2020 & Upward Trajectory
Following his consistent form and commendable performances for the Tigers, it was evident that it’s just a matter of time before the top side comes knocking on Hull City’s door for Bowen’s signature.
Bowen’s brilliance in the Championship has seen his name be mentioned as a potential target for some of the topflight sides in the transfer market.
Before signing for West Ham United, Tottenham and Crystal Palace scouts were believed to have been monitoring the winger’s progress at Hull City, but an offer never arrived for the versatile winger who ended up signing for the Hammers for a fee believed to be worth £20m.
After teaming up with West Ham United Bowen’s brilliant ability to cut inside from the right and strike from distance with his left foot, seen him been likened to former Bayern Munich great Robben who is well renowned for his left foot and cutting.
Though the Leominster born didn’t hit the ground running immediately he joined, it was evident in his play that he’s one player for the future at West Ham United.
Before the appointment of David Moyes West Ham was on the verge of going down, but interestingly with the appointment of the former Everton boss, he turned around the fortune of the club and also turned Jarrod Bowen into a beast in the final third.
With Bowen’s stock raising and his name being mentioned often in the media for his impressive performance for West Ham, the 26-year-old is no doubt Premier League’s man of the moment.
Though he’s not as popular as his fellow countrymen who’re playing consistently for the Three Lions, the Hammers winger is enjoying a great form that few others players can’t boast of this season in the topflight.
Jarrod Bowen has been involved in more goals than any players in England’s top-flight across all competitions scoring nine goals and assisting 10 more allowing the Hammers to enjoy a brilliant moment under Moyes.
The former Hull City winger has assisted seven times in the Premier League this season which ranks him third amongst the best creator and has completed 38 of his 39 dribbles with 99 completed crosses.
Bowen has been so good and important for the Hammers since joining, and so far with his stay at West Ham in 84 games, he has scored 18 goals and assisted 20 for the David Moyes’ led team.