Former West Ham United youngster Jordan Brown has left Barnet by mutual consent

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Barnet defender Jordan Brown has left the club by mutual consent but says he has enjoyed his time with the Bees.

The 22-year-old left-back, who began his career at West Ham United, made 27 appearances for the club after joining Barnet in June 2012.

He has featured in just three first team matches this season and says he is moving on in search of regular football.

"Even though I've not played as much football as I would have liked I've enjoyed my time at Barnet,” he told the club website.

"The lads are great and everyone is starting to see that on the pitch, the squad is one and the team spirit is fantastic."

He continued: "I'm at a stage in my career where I need to be playing regularly and because of the club's excellent strength in depth it's not been possible at The Hive.

"I've got absolutely no ill feeling towards anyone at the club and it's fantastic that Uli (Landvreugd) and Dick (Schreuder) have been the opportunity to take the team forward as I have no doubt their positive influence will continue to grow.

"I wish the club the very best of luck for the future and hopefully I'll be back in May to watch them clinch promotion at Wembley Stadium."

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