Scott Garner is backing Boston United’s team spirit to be the cayalyst which fires the Pilgrims into the Skrill North play-offs.
Aged just 24, the centre back is already at his eighth club.
But Garner believes he has finally found a place he can call home, stating that the good times off the pitch can help bring better times on the turf.
“We’ve got such a tight bunch here,” he said. “Everyone gets on well and we work hard for each other.
“We keep pushing along collecting points, and I’m sure we’ll be in the top five at the end of the season.”
Garner is at United on a season-long loan from Skrill Premier Cambridge United.
However, his contract is up this summer and he is open to the idea of remaining at York Street.
“I’ve enjoyed my football this season. I’ve probably never enjoyed it as much,” he added.
“We’ve got a good bunch and the manager brings us all together. We generally have a good time and the results come because of that.
“This season couldn’t have gone any better for me.
“You really have to enjoy your football. Sometimes you go to a place and you just don’t fit in, not that it’s down to anybody, it just happens that you don’t feel at home.
“I enjoy it at Boston and it brings the best out of you.”
United host Skrill North strugglers Stalybridge Celtic on Saturday (KO 3pm).