“We don’t want teams to like coming here!” Murray wants to end Spennymoor’s winning start

Adam Murray.
Adam Murray.

Adam Murray wants Boston United to be the team to end Spennymoor’s 100 per cent record - but he knows his Pilgrims can’t afford to underestimate the National League North new boys.

The newly-promoted Moors have begun brilliantly in their fresh surroundings, picking up an opening-day win against Stockport County (1-0) and leaving FC United with a 3-2 success.

But Murray has designs on his side making the Jakemans Stadium a venue where few opposing teams will prosper.

“It will be another tough test,” the Boston boss said.

“Again they’re a team who have thrown some real resources at it. They’ve thrown some money at it and they’re having a go.

“I watched (the video of) Blythe against Alfreton, another team who have come up, and it was a really really high standard.”

Murray, however, is confident that if his Pilgrims play to their strengths and abilities then they can end the day with three points.

He added: “It’s going to be a tough game, but it’s about us.

“We want to kick on and make it like it was (against Alfreton) a fotrtress.

“We don’t want to teams to like coming here. We want to make it tough for them.”

Kick off will be at 3pm.