Nat Brown has told his new Boston United teammates to ‘get their heads back up’ and concentrate on getting back into the National League North play-off spots.
The Pilgrims dropped to seventh following Saturday’s 2-1 home defeat to North Ferriby United, who snatched victory with an 89th-minute finish.
Boston may be on a poor run of form, recording just one victory from their previous seven contests, but Brown - who was making his debut - says there is all to play for.
“The lads want to win every game and feel they’ve got a big chance of getting into the play-offs,” he said.
“They should feel like that and get their heads back up.”
Dennis Greene has previously tried to bring the experienced defender to the Jakemans Stadium this campaign, but missed out as he joined rivals Harrogate Town on loan from Lincoln City.
But now Brown has been allowed by the Red Imps to link up with the club for the rest of the campaign.
And after spending some time playing at this level, he has every confidence in United getting back on track.
“From what I’ve seen there are good players here,” he added.
“Other teams don’t have more than we’ve got.”