The English under-21 international has been in fine form this season, scoring eight times already for his club and netting on his debut for the Young Lions.
That’s brought about a predictable increase in attention for the 20-year-old, who has quickly become a fan favourite at Carrow Road.
He’s happy to interact with those fans, however, and understands how they feel.
“You never know what it might do for someone,” he said. “I was in that position before as well, looking at professional footballers in the position I wanted to be in.
“I’d be thinking ‘I wish they’d just say something to me’, even just a little smile or acknowledgement, a wave or say hello.
The little things can make a big difference for people sometimes.
“All the little things, signing shirts, taking pictures, I’m more than happy to do that. Sometimes it can get overwhelming and you can get caught at the wrong time, but I’ll always try my best.”
Rowe grew up in London before being snapped up by City’s academy system, but still feels he has a strong link with fans of the Norfolk club.
Their joint love for football is what binds them, according to Rowe.
“That’s the beautiful side of the game, connecting with the fans as well,” he continued, speaking to the City’s official matchday programme OTBC.
“I think my genuine love for the game is what connects me to them.
“Everything I do, everything I work towards is for the love of the game.
The whole reason I’m here is my passion for it, the same reason the fans turn up to see us every week.
“I feel like that is big, and that’s why I love to celebrate with the fans when I score and when we win.”