Boss Gavin Cowan believes AFC Telford United’s Henry Cowans can make a ‘really big step up’ if he continues to progress at a rapid rate, say The Shropshire Star.

The 21-year-old midfielder has been in stellar form this season and was the man of the match as the Bucks beat Ashton United on Saturday.

Cowan puts the upturn in performances from the ex-Aston Villa youngster, who was with Telford for the majority of last term too, down to him being more disciplined.

“Henry was here last year and in terms of ability, I don’t think there is any question,” said the Bucks chief.

“What I’ve brought into his game this year is discipline. We’re maximising his energy, because one thing he has got is energy. He really brings that to us, but we’re maximising it.

“What we don’t want is him running from the right-back position into the left-wing position, losing all of his shape and discipline.”

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