Boston United hope that Harry Limb’s loan spell can help mould him into a star of the future.
The striker, who turned 16 at the start of the season, is held in high regard at the Jakemans Stadium.
He has recently linked up with Evo-Stik Division One South side Loughborough Dynamo, and manager Dennis Greene believes regular first-team action can help his progression.
“That’s good for Harry,”Greene said. “He needs to play as many first team games as he can as I’ve got high hopes for him.
“Hopefully, if he can get 20 first team games under his belt that will stand him in good stead for next season.
“He’s only 16. When we start the season next year it’ll only be two weeks after his 17th birthday, he’s got a long way to go.
“But if he’s playing regular Conference North football by 19 he’ll be doing really well.
“It’s a long way to go and he just needs to get games under his belt.”