The 20-year-old joined Boro from York City towards the end of the last campaign and made an instant impact with his pace and trickery.
He has been looking to progress back up the ladder though, a move that Boro joint-manager Bryan Hughes fully understands.
Hughes said: “Cameron did superbly for us at the end of last season, but he has ambitions to progress and we don’t hold people back.
“He will be training with FC United during pre-season and then he’s going to take it from there.
“He knows that the door is always open at Scarborough Athletic though, if things don’t work out for him then we’d love to have him back here.”