Dennis Greene will stay on as Boston United manager - following ‘emotional’ talks with Pilgrims chairman David Newton.
Greene appeared to be calling it time at the Jakemans Stadium following Saturday’s 4-1 home defeat to FC Halifax Town.
He questioned whether he had taken the club as far as possible, hinting that it was time for ‘someone else to have a go’.
But after discussions with Newton today, Greene agreed to make the U-turn.
“When I went into that interview today I honestly thought I’d managed the team for the last time,” Greene confessed.
“But we spoke about a lot of things and we decided I would stay.
“It was a bit emotional at times because we both care about the football club and want it to do well.
“There were frustrations I had, and we addressed those.
“Thankfully our bond is strong.”
Greene says he is now turning his attention to Saturday’s trip to Nuneaton Town.