Dan Barrett’s New Year’s resolution is to continue picking up the points which will lead Boston Town up the UCL Premier table.
The Poachers boss has reasserted his goal to improve upon the club’s points total of last season, when a 34 points haul saw them finish in 14th spot.
“My main target is to improve on last season’s total points score,” the Town boss said.
“This is my first season as manager and to exceed what previous management have is a personal goal for myself and Carl (Foreman, assistant).
“This shows improvement in my opinion.
“We have a young squad and look forward to getting as many points on the board as possible between now and the end of the season.”
Barrett took over in the Poachers dug-out earlier this season when Nathan Collins left the role.
Town began yesterday with 24 points in the UCL Premier, sitting in 14th spot.
Last night they were in action at Lincolnshire rivals Sleaford Town. To find out the result, log on to www. bostonstandard.co.uk