Kallum Smith is 10th player to join Boston United

Kallum Smith in action at Hyde.
Kallum Smith in action at Hyde.

KALLUM Smith is the latest player to pledge his future to Boston United.

The left-sided utility man, 22, has agreed to remain at York Street following his deadline day switch from Lincoln United in March.

The youngster found appearances hard to come by since his move across the county.

He made substitute appearances at Droylsden and Gloucester, before starting the final two games of the season, defeats against Hyde and Guiseley.

However, his versatility is something manager Jason Lee is keen to make the most of.

Smith becomes the 10th player to join the Pilgrims this season.

Defenders Gareth Jelleyman, Tom Ward, Nathan Stainfield and Conor Marshall have signed on the dotted line.

Midfielders Ian Ross and Ben Milnes have done likewise, as have strikers Marc Newsham and Spencer Weir-Daley.

Goalkeeper Dan Haystead is the only player to sign so far who is not a member of last season’s squad.

However, he turned out for the Pilgrims the season before.