Outgoing Barnet boss Tim Flowers has spoken of his departure, feeling he did all he could to help the club arrest their slide.
The Premier League-winning former England goalkeeper was brought in three months ago after a dismal early part of the season for the National League side.
Despite his experience in recent seasons of helping haul Solihull Moors out of trouble and on to a 2nd-place finish, Flowers told Barnet’s website:
“As challenging as it’s been, I’ve thoroughly enjoyed my time with Barnet FC. It just got to a point where I couldn’t get any more out of the team.
“There are a decent amount of games left to play and certainly enough to get out of the bottom of the table, and I believe things will turn, but it might just need a different voice in the dressing room.
“Recruitment was always going to be key and I was supported by the chairman with the nine players I brought in. Timing was the main factor and the loan market is tough, as players need time to get match-fit, which is always hard during the middle of the season.
“Ultimately, we brought in some players who tried hard but it just hasn’t happened. Personally, I’d like to wish everyone at the club and all the fans my very best for the future.”