Former Carlisle United loanee Owen Windsor has announced that he is leaving West Bromwich Albion.

The forward has posted a farewell message on Twitter.

It confirms the end of his three-year spell with the Championship club.

Windsor had spent the second half of the season on loan with the Blues, making three appearances and scoring one goal in the 3-1 defeat to Port Vale.

But he failed to make a single outing under Paul Simpson after the manager's arrival in February.

Windsor's social media post today reads: "All the best to the supporters and everyone involved with the club going forward, thank you for the last several years. #OJW The end of the start."

Windsor had been on Swindon and Southampton's youth books before an impressive spell in non-league for Cirencester Town caught West Brom's eye.

The former Grimsby and Newport loanee was one of a host of signings made by Carlisle on January transfer deadline day and featured in games against Port Vale, Colchester and Swindon.

His last action for the Cumbrians proved to be in their Cumberland Cup semi-final defeat to Carlisle City on March 22.

West Brom have yet to officially announce their retained and released list.

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