Barnet’s lead development coach Kenny Brown has left the club after his contract with the Bees came to an end.

Brown joined Barnet last summer and his role entailed overseeing coaching across the Bees’ various sides, from the first team downwards.

The former West Ham United player hopes Barnet can make a quick return to the Football League.

“I really enjoyed my time at Barnet,” he told the Barnet website. “From the moment I came in with Robbo (Mark Robson) I was made to feel welcome and that has been the case throughout my time at the club.

“It would have been nice if things had turned out differently on the pitch but I wish everyone at the club the best and hope they have a speedy return to League Two.

Director of Football Paul Fairclough added: “Kenny was an extremely good guy and he was very well respected in the dressing room.

“I would like to thank him for all of his efforts, not just within the first-team but also for his contribution to the Development Squad. We wish him all the best in the future.”