PAUL PAUL Bastock has his sights set on a hat-trick of Pilgrims promotions.
THE Boston United keeper proved influential as the amber and blacks won the Conference and Dr Martens League titles.
And now he hopes to complete a memorable treble, by playing his part in this season’s play-offs.
“To get the club back to where they belong - non-league’s top division - would be a lovely thing to have on my CV,” said the 40-year-old, who has also enjoyed play-off success as he steered St Albans into the Conference.
United played the first leg of their their Blue Square Bet North play-off semi-final at Guiseley on Tuesday, going down 1-0.
Now Bazza is preparing to turn things around for Sunday’s second leg at York Street (KO 3pm).
“The play-offs are all about whoever turns up on the day,” he added.
“We’re capable of beating anyone on our day, we just have to make sure we do our job properly.”
Calling on the fans to act as the 12th man at the weekend, he continued: “With the fans getting behind you, being vocal, can get the place buzzing.
“Turning up with the supporters making a lot of noise can give us a really big kick.”
If United book their place in the play-off final they will be in action on May 15.