KERN Miller believes Boston United can provide the opportunity to prove himself in the game.
Aged just 20, the defender has already had six clubs under his belt.
But after spells with Lincoln City, Barnsley, Hereford United, Accrington Stanley, Gainsborough and Worksop, he has only a handful of first-team appearances to his name.
“I want to settle and get as many games under my belt and do well for Boston,” said Miller.
“That’s my main aim.
“I’m happy to be here.
“Boston’s a good club and hopefully we can do well.”
Miller was brought up in Skegness and knows the Pilgrims well, having been a regular supporter at York Street as a young boy.
“I used to come and watch regularly when I was a kid so it’s good to be here,” he added.
Miller has impressed in pre-season, enough to be offered a contract by Jason Lee.
But he joins Gareth Jelleyman (31), Nathan Stainfield (23), Tom Ward (21), Conor Marshall (19) and Jason Field (19) in a strangely young defence.
However, Miller doesn’t see this as an issue.
He added: “We’re all young, but we’re all vocal, so I don’t think it makes a difference.”