The West Ham star has hit the ground running since the start of the season and deservedly received a call up to the England national side for their October games.
The Englishman has scored 5 and assisted 2 times already this season, helping his team sit 7th in the Premier League and top of their group in the Europa League. He has also been nominated for Player of the Month for the last 2 months in a row.
Since the departure of former West Ham captain, Declan Rice, Bowen has become the poster boy of West Ham United and truly living up to that role and becoming a fan favourite.
The winger had an average season last year, failing to hit the heights of the season before, but scoring the winning goal for the Hammers in Prague left the fans in awe. Since that moment his West Ham career has excelled even further!
The main thing that has changed since he first joined the Hammers is his unpredictability when he is attacking. He used to mainly just cut inside onto his left foot to score, where as now he uses his right foot more often plus also getting into positions were he can use his head to score, which he has done twice this season.
Throughout his West Ham career, he has scored 46 goals, which is close to beating fellow teammate Michail Antonio’s record, whilst having assisted 35.
With many teams wanting the winger, including Liverpool, West Ham are closing in on giving Bowen a long-term contract extension which they hope will keep him at the club until his retirement. He will become the highest paid player at the club which is definitely what he deserves.
Bowen made it clear at how much missing out on the World Cup meant to him and how it impacted his performances at the start of last season. If these level of performances continue, there’s no reason why he shouldn’t be chosen to participate in the Euro 2024 at the end of the season.