TYRONE Kirk says believes he has finally found a club where he can settle.
The winger – a former Manchester City trainee – has struggled to find a place to call home throughout his career.
But he now hopes to do that at the Jakemans Stadium after a spell without a club.
“It’s time to get my head down and work hard,” he said. “My head was all over the place for a while, but now it’s right. I want a good relationship with the fans here. I can entertain them and they want that.”
Kirk believes his strong Christian faith has helped him get back on track after a stop-start early career.
And he knows that hard work will now be the answer to success.
“Everything here is right,” he added. “Boston have great fans, it’s a good club and is run professionally. Now its time to get the results right. I didn’t feel awkward when I walked in like you can at other places.”
Kirk, 25, joined United from Stamford at the start of the 2009 treble-winning season. But after playing one match, a Lincs Senior Shield victory at Brigg, he was snapped up by League Two Macclesfield.
But that stay lasted a fortnight before he moved to Rhyl Town, until the club went into administration.
Since then he has had short-term spells elsewhere, without holding down a regular place with a side.