Sam Vince has been told that he needs regular football to fulfil his potential.
The young goalkeeper has always showed promise between the sticks for Boston United, but without ever holding down a regular place in the starting XI.
And despite Pilgrims boss Dennis Greene acknowledging that Vince will certainly be one for the future, he realises that a clean break could be the only way for his stopper to realise his dreams.
Vince turned out for United’s under 21s in a friendly at Holbeach United yesterday, but has also been on trial with Chester in pre-season.
“At the moment, his agent’s trying to find another club,” Greene said.
“If we’re being honest, Sam probably needs a fresh start.
“He probably feels now his time is spent at the club, in a sense.”
Vince made his first-team debut in April 2013 as the Pilgrims beat Gainsborough Trinity to lift the Lincs Senior Shield.
The following season he made 12 appearances as he battled for the number one spot with Ashley Timms and Lewis King.
Last season he turned out a further 11 times, but had to compete against Sunderland loanees Joel Dixon and Max Srtyjek, as well as Irishman Matt Gledhill.
And with Boston looking likely to snap up trialist Matt Urwin as their new number one, Vince’s future has question marks hovering over it... whether that’s an exit for the club or joining another team on loan.
“Last season we gave him the chance to be number one and this season we’re not really doing that, we’re looking for a number one,” Greene added.
“He just needs games and we’ve got him on another year’s contract.
“He could go out on loan, do fantastically well and next season we might be looking to extend his contract and make him our number one.
“But he just needs games to get there.”