Dennis Greene says he doesn’t hold any grudge against former club Histon, adding that today’s contest is just like any other.
It was December last year when Greene parted company with the Stutes, with the cash-strapped club telling their manager they could no-longer afford to pay him.
Today the Boston United manager will face his former employers again, as Histon arrive at York Street (KO 3pm).
But Greene firmly believes there will be no animosity, saying: “ It’s just another three points.
“There’s no grudge or anything like that. I wish them well and I’m sure they wish us well.”
The Pilgrims sit just outside of the Skrill North play-off spots, and victory - in their first home match in more than five weeks - could see them return to the top five.
Greene added: “We’ve just got to prepare properly.
“It’s a home game, now let’s see if we can go and entertain the crowd.
“We should have a decent crowd and we want three points.”
Rene Steer should be available following his cut lip at Stalybridge Celtic on Saturday.
Meanwhile, the Pilgrims will run the rule over Ricky Miller, who limped off at Bower Fold with an ankle in jury.