PARIS Cowan-Hall said his time at Millwall has been “frustrating” after he joined Bristol Rovers on an emergency one-month loan deal.
Winger Cowan-Hall has moved to the League Two side after making just 11 appearances for the Lions since his switch from Wycombe Wanderers last January.
The 25-year-old started his first game for Millwall in the FA Cup first round win over AFC Fylde on November 7, but he struggled to make an impression and was replaced at half-time.
Injuries have disrupted his progress at Millwall and he is now hoping to finally be able to put a run of games together.
Cowan-Hall told BBC Radio Bristol: "It has been stop-start and frustrating in ways, so it is a chance for me to play consistently again.
"I have played quite a few games at this level and know what to expect, so to speak."
Gas manager Darrell Clarke, meanwhile, has thanked Lions boss Neil Harris for giving Cowan-Hall permission to move to the club.
He believes his new signing’s experience in League Two, where he played 45 times for Wycombe, will benefit a Rovers side currently in 12th place in the table after achieving promotion from the Conference Premier last season.
Clarke told Bristol Rovers’ official website: "I am delighted to be able to bring Paris to The Memorial Stadium on a one-month loan.
"He has played at this level with Wycombe, where he scored a number of goals before signing for Millwall in January of this year.
"I am looking forward to working with him and would like to thank Millwall boss Neil Harris, who I know very well, for allowing Paris to join us."