Harry Vince says he isn’t afraid of getting stuck into action in the National League North.
The Boston United youth teamer was handed his senior debut in the 3-2 home defeat to Brackley Town.
And despite not being the tallest of players, the 17-year-old says he won’t be shirking any responsibilities if handed another opportunity in the senior ranks.
“It’s different, more physical,” he said of the step up.
“You’re playing against bigger lads, but I’m in the gym most days so it’s no problem.
“It’s different, it’s men’s football, so it will be different but I’ll just try to play my game wherever.
“Hopefully, it will be the first of many appearances.”
Vince’s brother Sam made 24 appearances in goal for the Pilgrims over the space of little more than two seasons, but the younger brother is now hoping to top that total.
“We’re always competitive, me and Sam, it’s just how it is,” he added.
“I was happy to make my debut and we’ll just have to see what happens.”