JASON Lee has demanded that Boston United become more consistent.
The Pilgrims boss hopes that 2012 can herald a new beginning for the squad, who have at times struggled to build upon good results or performances.
“Consistency is something that’s affected us all season,” said Lee.
“It’s something we’re striving for but it’s plagued us all season, whether it’s personal performances or team performances.
“As far as I’m concerned our season starts now and we need to be pushing on and getting a run of games showing people we mean business.”
Despite knocking league leaders Hyde out of the FA Trophy and earning victory at promotion hopefuls Gainsborough, Boston have suffered some defeats against weaker teams this campaign.
Losses to Solihull Moors, Vauxhall Motors and a 6-1 drubbing at Altrincham have provided some miserable moments.
A defeat at basement club Blyth Spartans and being dumped out of the FA Cup by lower league Kidsgrove have also provided matches to forget. So Lee has pledged to get tough in a bid to turn things around.
“We’ll be as harsh as we need to be with people,” he added.
“If they’re not performing then they won’t be in the team. It’s as simple as that.
“We’ll keep trying to get the most out of people.”