Bostwick wants to be part of Boro history

Michael Bostwick is determined to be part of making Boro history next month. The combative midfielder is desperate to make sure that an appearance in the FA Trophy final is not the only time he will be running out at Wembley next month. Boro have put

Michael Bostwick is determined to be part of making Boro "history" next month.

The combative midfielder is desperate to make sure that an appearance in the FA Trophy final is not the only time he will be running out at Wembley next month.

Boro have put themselves in an excellent position to secure a play-off place with Graham Westley's side needing to match the result of either Kidderminster or Torquay to secure a place in the top five.

And Bostwick has set his sights on returning to the home of English football on May 17 if Boro come through any possible play-off semi-final.


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"Making two finals will be history and that's what we want to do," he told The Comet. "We've just got to stay focused and take each game as it comes."

Bostwick's performances at the heart of either the defence or midfield have really caught the eye for much of the campaign prompting Westley to describe the 20-year-old as the club's very own Steven Gerrard.

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The former Ebbsfleet man certainly looks set for a big future in the game and revealed how much he has been enjoying his football this season.

"It's been such a good year so far. Obviously, it didn't start off too well but I've really come into myself lately and I've been really enjoying it.

"But the season is far from finished and it's all about being professional when we go to Mansfield at the weekend.

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