KERN Miller has not given up on his dream of returning to play in the Football League.
Despite previously being on the books of Lincoln City, Barnsley, Accrington Stanley and Hereford United, the centre back found first-team appearances hard to come by.
He played once for both the Imps and the Tykes, while failing to make a start for Hereford.
But now at Boston, and closer to his home town of Skegness, he is looking for regular action and the stability that can help his career.
He said: “I want to play as high as I can, that’s still the aim.
“But the main thing is to do well for Boston and to play games.
“I wanted to play a lot more first-team football. But that’s how the game goes.”
At 20, Miller is part of a very young defence, which includes Nathan Stainfield, Tom Ward, Jason Field, Conor Marshall and Lewis Sturman, all under the age of 24.
However, he doesn’t see this as a handicap.
He added: “We’re all vocal and talk so it doesn’t make a difference.
“If you’re good enough then you’re good enough.”