Day looking forward to promotion push
GOALKEEPER Chris Day is looking forward to seeing Boro evolve into a promotion-winning outfit next season. The veteran shot-stopper believes other players will raise their game to compensate for Steve Morison s departure and the club s youngsters will e
GOALKEEPER Chris Day is looking forward to seeing Boro "evolve" into a promotion-winning outfit next season.
The veteran shot-stopper believes other players will raise their game to compensate for Steve Morison's departure and the club's youngsters will emerge stronger having experienced play-off heartache last season.
"We've got a good squad of players and it's a young team. There's time for the team to evolve next season," Day told The Comet.
"Hopefully, we're not going to miss Moro's goals too much as I'm sure other players are going to step up to the plate. We might have to share the goals around as we did for much of last season."
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Day is looking forward to resuming a healthy rivalry with Ashley Bayes for the No.1 jersey next season and knows the former Crawley man will be pushing him all the way.
"From our point of view, we had a great season. We work really hard in training. "We're good mates but we're the best of rivals in training and we both know that if either of us is not at the top of our game then the other will get his chance."
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Day, who owns the Crooked Billet in Stevenage, is looking forward to a few local derbies next season with the matches against Luton Town particularly whetting the appetites of supporters.
"It's going to be a very local league for us next year with a lot of derby games. It's going to be tough for a southern team to be up there but hopefully we'll be one of them.