Nat Brown is ‘very interested’ about staying on at Boston United.
The well-travelled defender played the final 10 matches of the season after arriving on loan from Lincoln City.
With his Red Imps career appearing to be coming to an end, Brown says he is keen to remain at the Jakemans Stadium.
“I’m very interested,” he said when asked about his thoughts on becoming a full-time Boston player.
“We’ll see what is offered.
“Lincoln have a new manager and who knows what he wants?
“This is a great club and I don’t see anything wrong with me staying here if I can get the deal.”
Manager Dennis Greene has made the loanee an offer of a permanent deal at the Jakemans Stadium, confirming he is keen to retain the services of the experienced central defender.
He said: “Absolutely.
“I’ve told him that if we can get something sorted out then of course we’d like to keep him.”
Brown also had a loan spell at Harrogate last season.