Following on from an excellent campaign in the claret and blue shirt, Bowen has attracted a lot of attention for his performances on the pitch.
The way he has improved so much over the past year, in comparison to when he first joined the club, has been incredible – with an England call-up also rumoured to be on the cards for the 25-year-old.
As he approaches the prime of his career over the next few years, Bowen can only get better. Alongside the likes of Declan Rice and Michail Antonio, he has been one of our most prized possessions this term – and it is imperative that we hold onto him.
His attacking prowess in front of goal has been one of his biggest changing points in comparison to previous years, and now he has become hot property for the Hammers.
With many clubs interested, a fee of around £50-£60million might potentially persuade the club to sell him this summer – but the right-winger would be better off staying with West Ham.
Supporters will be in for a turbulent ride over the next few months, as interest in the squad’s top players heats up.
However, with his contract not expiring until 2025, David Moyes and the Hammers need to do everything in their power to retain his services for at least another season – as his quality on the ball and in front of goal could prove vital again next term.