Nathan Collins is urging his Boston Town squad to finish the UCL Premier campaign on a high.
After watching his Poachers put together what he described as the team’s ‘two best performances of the season’ in the victories over Stewarts & Lloyds Corby and Harborough Town, Boston came back down to earth a little on Saturday as they were held to a goalless draw at home to struggling Newport Pagnell.
With four league matches and a UCL Knockout Cup semi-final against Huntingdon Town left to play this campaign, Collins wants his side to continue with the free-flowing passing style which he has been implementing.
“I think if we play like we have been doing for the final matches of the season then we can do well,” he said.
“We don’t have the right to win any match.
“But if we play like we’re capable of then we could win all the remaining matches, and that gives the club a good feeling throughout the summer.”
Boston host Desborough on Saturday (KO 3pm).
Ar Tarn currently sit a place and five points ahead of the Poachers, in 12th spot in the standings, having played a match less.
Striker Daryl Clare and midfielder Lori Borbely (pictured) are injury doubts for the Poachers.
However, Matt Kennedy is expected to be available following an injury.