Dennis Greene is adamant that Boston United will continue to play football in the attacking style which won them so many admirers last season.
Led by 30-goal leading scorer Dayle Southwell (pictured), the Pilgrims scored 88 goals in 50 competitive matches last season.
And manager Greene - who played as a striker during his career - still loves watching the ball hit the opposition’s net, so much so that he is promising goals galore to entertain the Jakemans Stadium crowd again next season.
“Of course we’ll continue to play attacking football,” he said.
“I don’t have any idea how to play any other way.
“It’s a style which suited us last season - we came so close to getting to the play-off final.
“And when you’ve got the attacking options we have then it would be wrong to play any other way.
“It’s the way we like to play so we’ll keep on doing it.”
When Boston were on song last season the goals came thick and fast.
On five occasions last season they put five goals past an opposition, including Guiseley (5-1) who went on to win promotion.