Spencer Weir-Daley is desperate to help Boston United get revenge against Vauxhall Motors when the two sides meet on Saturday.
The Motormen dished out a humiliating 4-0 defeat to the Pilgrims in December.
But now Weir-Daley is keen to add to the two Skrill North goals he has netted this season, when his side return to Rivacre Park on Saturday (KO 3pm).
“I’m sure they’ll be seeing a very different Boston side to the one that lost to them last season,” the forward warned. “I’m more or less 100 per cent sure Saturday won’t be anything like the match last year.
“We’re going to go there full of confidence.”
The mood at York Street is currently sky high following a start to the season which has seen United earn 10 points from five matches.
That is a huge contrast to when Boston last made the long journey to Ellesmere Port. With the side having failed to win their previous six matches, popular manager Jason Lee was sacked two days earlier.
And following the 4-0 drubbing, caretaker boss Graham Hyde accused the side of feeling sorry for themselves.
Weir-Daley reflected: “It was a horrible day. It was a hard time and we all under performed.
“It wasn’t a nice trip up. A a lot of the boys were down - they felt they’d let themselves down, and other people.”