LEFT back Jason Field has left Boston United to make his move to Boston Town permanent.
However, Poachers boss Ian Dunn reckons he may well feature for the Pilgrims again one day.
“He’s left on good terms, which is good as he can and will play higher,” Dunn told The Standard.
“He just needs to play regularly now to build up his confidence and improve.”
Field has found first-team opportunities at United hard to come by.
Despite a man-of-the-match performance in the Blue Square Bet North against Workington this campaign, he has been unable to dispatch captain Gareth Jelleyman.
On Saturday, Field was recalled from his loan spell at Town to be one of the seven substitutes on the bench for United at Tadcaster Albion in the 2-0 FA Cup victory.
But when Jelleyman went off injured, he was replaced by right back Conor Marshall, leaving Field on the bench.
Just last week, United boss Jason Lee spoke about how he hoped Field had a bright future at York Street, although he has only made two league starts in two seasons.