Spencer Weir-Daley claims that team spirit can help fire Boston United into the Skrill Premier.
The striker was part of the Pilgrims squad which won the 2010 UniBond Premier play-off final before finishing in the top five in the Blue Square Bet North the following season.
And he believes that this current crop of players have a similar buzz about them.
“That feeling’s there,” Weir-Daley said.
“Whatever goes on throughout the season, we know we’ve got talent in this group. We’ve got players who can win things.
“We can defend, score and create. The ingredients are there, we just need to perform.”
The striker believes that the vibe around York Street may be slightly different to the one which succeeded under Rob Scott and Paul Hurst.
However, he says there is a new all-for-one mentality at the club, adding: “It’s different, it’s not the same as that group.
“Every team has their own imprint.
“But there’s people who get on with each other really well and that can only be brought onto the pitch to shine through.”
Boston will be looking to bounce back from Saturday’s 2-1 defeat to Brackley Town by picking up points at Colwyn Bay on Saturday (KO 3pm).
The Seagulls are currently ninth in the Skrill North, five places and nine points behind the Pilgrims who currently occupy fourth spot.