LOANEE Jason Field could act as the catalyst for Boston Town’s youngsters to up the ante.
That is the opinion of boss Matt Hocking.
Field is back at Tattershall Road for his second loan spell from Boston United.
And after impressing his managers, Hocking hopes Field can to the same to those around him.
“He’s done really well both times he’s been with us,” Hocking said.
“Our players can look at him and realise he’s played in the Conference North, then they can see why there’s no reason they can’t as well.
“I said at the start of the season that we’ve got plenty of players with the potential to go higher in the game.
“They just need to look at Jason and take inspiration from that.
“Our lads need to be fearless when they play.”
Field has been sent back to Town after finding opportunities in the Pilgrims’ starting XI hard to come by.
United boss Jason Lee says he wants the left-sided defender to stay with the club.
However, Field has the problem of vying for the left-back position nailed down by dependable captain Gareth Jelleyman.
New signing Sam Craven can also play in that role as well.