Speaking about his move, Gow insists he will not lose any sleep over being branded a "disgrace" by Swindon after a potential move there collapsed.
Swindon director Jeremy Wray accused him of only being interested in money after claiming he asked for more cash at the last minute after they thought terms had been agreed.
He said: "I heard that they had a bit of a go at me but I never agreed to go to Swindon, I never agreed any terms.
"I said I would go down and have a look at the place, I went down and I wasn't happy with the deal.
"I came back home and that's life.
"I never agreed to go to the club in the first place so it's up to them what they want to write in the press.
"I'm sure it won't affect me, I'll still sleep well tonight."
He added, "It's good to sort my future out and hopefully I can get back playing as soon as possible," he said.
"I've just been keeping myself fit and waiting to sign somewhere eventually. I'm just looking forward to playing now.
"I spoke to a few clubs. But I've probably made a few moves that I shouldn't have and this time I wanted to take my time making a decision and find somewhere that suited me."