Hemel Hempstead Town FC manager Dean Brennan is challenging youngster Jamal Lowe to fulfil his potential as he returns to Vauxhall Road for a second stint.
Tricky and skilful, 20-year-old Lowe scored the winner against Nuneaton Town to book Hemel’s place in the FA Cup first round proper in October during his loan spell from Barnet.
He then signed for St Albans City, but endured a frustrating time at Clarence Park, and Brennan is hoping he can recapture his form.
“The biggest thing with Jamal Lowe is that he is a great finisher in training and we have got to get him to do that in the game,” said the Tudors boss.
“He’s lightning quick and has got all the ability, but we have to get that out of him.
“He has got a good chance to be a professional footballer and play at a very high level, but he has to do it on match days; We will coach him, but at the end of the day it’s down to him – it’s his career.”