After recording back-to-back victories against Northampton Sileby Rangers, Boston Town boss Dan Barrett reckons that there’s plenty more to come from his squad.
Renzie Lobendhan netted twice on Saturday, while Alex Beck and Gary Cross were also on target as the Poachers earned a 4-1 victory at the DWB Stadium.
Those six points, picked up after a 10-game winless spell, see Town move up to 15th in the UCL Premier standings.
On Saturday, Boston host Harrowby United, who sit two places below them in the table.
“I have Craig Mitchell and Ricky Belding available again, so the squad will be even stronger on Saturday, which can only be a plus,” Barrett told The Standard.
“The team is starting to take shape and I still have Loz Lambley and Tom Charlesworth both to come back from hand injuries.
“Competition for places is starting to get interesting.”
Saturday’s victory also saw Michael Wood return to the club.
And despite the central defender conceding a late penalty, Barrett was pleased to see the former Boston United youth teamer back with the club.
He added: “We looked a lot stronger at the back with the addition of Woody, despite him conceding a penalty late on.
“A clean sheet would have been brilliant but tired legs started to show, which is something we will work on.”
The Poachers will follow up Saturday’s match by hosting Sleaford Town on Tuesday evening (KO 7.45pm).
Boston Town will host their fireworks night on Friday.
Gates open at 5.30pm and the fire is lit at 6.30pm.
Tickets cost £3 (£2 children).