Rene Steer believes that Boston United’s play-off rivals should be living in fear of the Pilgrims.
After United ended Hednesford Town’s seven-game unbeaten home streak in the Vanarama North with a 2-1 victory on Saturday, the left back believes his team sent out a warning to the rest of the division’s promotion hopefuls.
“I’m hoping other teams are fearing us and they’ll carry on dropping points,” Steer told The Standard.
“It’s a massive win for us, other teams will now be scared of us.
“When they’ve got a game on a Tuesday or a Saturday they’ll worry about dropping points because they know we’re good enough to nick their place.”
Steer was part of the United squad which missed out on a play-off spot on the final day of last season.
And he is determined to put that behind him with a top-five finish this year.
He added: “Hopefully, this will help us get into the play off positions.
“I’ve no other ambition than to get right into those play-offs.
“We don’t fear anyone in the league, top or bottom.
“We’ll take anyone on and we can beat them on our day.”