Watching from the sidelines has convinced Henrich Ravas that he wants to hold down that Boston United number one spot more than ever.
Saturday’s 2-1 victory against Alfreton Town saw the Slovakian under 19 international play three consecutive matches for the Pilgrims for the first time since his summer loan arrival from Peterborough United.
Ravas and fellow teenage stopper Jason Alexander have both been vying for a regular starting place.
“It was not easy,” Ravas said.
“Jason is a very good goalkeeper and I like to work with him in training or on the team.
“It is hard but when I’m on the bench I’m trying to support my team to get the three points.
“I support Jason because we are goalkeepers and want each other to do well.
“I’ll continue to work hard in training for my chance and take my chances.”