Final experience keeps getting better for Bostwick
THE Wembley experience just keeps getting better according to Boro midfielder Michael Bostwick. Bostwick will be gunning for his third FA Trophy Winners medal in three years when Boro take on Barrow on Saturday and says nothing beats the winning feeling
THE Wembley experience just keeps getting better according to Boro midfielder Michael Bostwick.
Bostwick will be gunning for his third FA Trophy Winners' medal in three years when Boro take on Barrow on Saturday and says nothing beats the winning feeling there.
"You can't beat coming here and winning. I don't ever want to experience what it's like coming here and not winning," he told The Comet.
"It's magnificent, you look around and just being here is a fantastic experience. Every year, we come it just gets better every year. I'm just looking forward to playing here."
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While other sides are off enjoying their summer holidays Graham Westley's side is working hard trying to earn a place in the starting XI as Boro set in search of a historic double.
"We're still working very hard every day we're working harder than we have done all season really.
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"It would be unbelievable (to do the double), it'll be history for the club and it's what you want. We've worked hard for it all year and it would be the perfect ending to a brilliant season."
Boro beat Barrow 4-0 in the sides' last encounter but Bostwick insists that's irrelevant now.
"That means nothing now, it's a one off game," he said.
"They're going to want it as much us, they're going to want to win, that's all they've got to play for.
"We've got to work hard because they're not going to come here and let us win. "We've got to do what's right to win the game."
Despite having two winners medals in his pocket from his trips to Wembley, Bostwick says there is still something missing - a goal.
"I've been trying for two years, hopefully it'll be third time lucky," he joked.
"I'll try and put it right this year! It doesn't matter though as long as we win.