KEANU Marsh-Brown snubbed a move to Ipswich Town because of Barnet boss Edgar Davids.
The Tractor Boys were interested in signing the former Fulham winger, only for the 21-year-old to stay at the Hive.
Marsh-Brown has scored three goals in seven appearances for the Bees this term after re-signing in the summer, and is determined to get himself back on track following spells at MK Dons, Dundee United, Oldham and Yeovil.
He said: “There were a few teams interested in signing me from League One and League Two, as well as one from the Championship.
“I loved playing here, especially with the boys and the staff. It is a shame we went down, but we want to get the club back into League Two.”
One major reason for Marsh-Brown’s commitment to the club is the role of Dutch manager Davids.
He added: “It was a major part why I stayed. Training is great, it is the way I like to play.
“Everything’s technical, and it is a great achievement playing under Edgar; not everyone can say that they have played under him. He is a great player and manager.
“I just want to get my football back on track. If this means staying here for a couple more years, then that’s what I’ll do.
"I want to become a better player and push on with the team.”