Ashley Timms has been told he still has a future at York Street.
The Boston United keeper was put on the transfer list by manager Dennis Greene in midweek, with the bos claiming his stopper’s attitude had not been right.
But after discussions between the two, the former Manchester City trainee took his place between the sticks on Saturday.
And Greene says his number one can still play a part for the club.
“Ashley’s done well, he’s listened to everything, he’s focused,” the manager said following Saturday’s victory.
“Because of that he’s had a decent game.
“Ashley can lose concentrtion and he can shout back at the bench, but all I need is him to concentrate on training twice a week the best he can and concentrate on match days the best he can.
“If he does that, then we have no problem with Ash.”
Meanwhile, striker Ben Fairclough has joined Grantham on loan and defender Peter Bore has signed a dual contract with Spalding United.
However, Greene says both players still have a part to play for Boston United in the future.