JASON Lee watched his Boston United side put four goals past Vauxhall Motors... before adding he wanted his side to score more.
In an attitude typical of a striker, the Pilgrims manager was left rueing the chances that went begging as much as he praised the strikes that found the net.
Marc Newsham grabbed a brace and Spencer Weir-Daley and Tom Ward were both on target within the first 42 minutes.
“I wanted us to score more goals,” Lee said following Tuesday’s victory in Ellesmere Port.
“It was important we kept a clean sheet and (keeper Paul) Bastock made some good saves at the end.
“In terms of defending, we did that.
“It would have been nice to score more goals, but how often does that happen? “You go and rack up some in the first half and the team come out resolute.
“They were determined not to get spanked and, fair play to them, they defended better in the second half.”
However, Lee did offer praise for his Pilgrims.
He added: “I’m delighted. We started the game positively, very brightly.
“We created some good opportunities and took our chances.”
Nathan Stainfield made a return to the starting line-up, with central defenders Lee Canoville and Kevin Austin ruled out through illness.
After not featuring in the past 16 matches, the young defender took his chance well, helping the side to a clean sheet.
Said Lee: “We were looking for another opportunity to get Stainfield in the side.
“He did really well.
“He’s trained well and has a great attitude.
“With Kevin Austin not being well I asked him to grab his opportunity, and he did.”