Cole expects to be among goals again
Winger Mitchell Cole expects to be among the goals again next season as the Boro squad prepare to return to training on Sunday. The 23-year-old notched up a career best total of 14 goals in the last campaign and the former Grays man expects to at least m
Winger Mitchell Cole expects to be among the goals again next season as the Boro squad prepare to return to training on Sunday.
The 23-year-old notched up a career best total of 14 goals in the last campaign and the former Grays man expects to at least match that figure as the club sets about replacing the goals void left by Steve Morison's departure.
Cole hopes he can hit the goals trail once again and fire the club to automatic promotion in the same way Burton Albion won the title last season following play-off heartache the previous year.
"I got 14 goals last season and that's my best yet so I would hope to at least get somewhere around that mark next season," Cole told The Comet.
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"I was pleased with my season overall, especially the second half but all the lads are looking to kick on from here.
"We want to go up automatically next year. We don't want to have go through the play-offs and feel the same kind of disappointment as last season."
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Cole, who signed a new two-year contract at The Lamex Stadium towards the end of last season, revealed he has been impressed by the calibre of signings manager Graham Westley has made over the summer.
"We've signed a few players and that can only be a good thing for the club. It shows we are a club making progress.