Mills settled at Boro
Boro midfielder Gary Mills has admitted he finally feels settled at The Lamex Stadium and is still confident the club can make the play-offs. Injuries and suspensions to a number of first team regulars gave Mills a chance to establish himself in Graham W
Boro midfielder Gary Mills has admitted he finally feels settled at The Lamex Stadium and is still confident the club can make the play-offs.
Injuries and suspensions to a number of first team regulars gave Mills a chance to establish himself in Graham Westley's starting XI earlier this month and he has taken the opportunity with both hands with a string of impressive displays.
"I've had a little run in the team and I feel like I'm doing ok," Mills told The Comet after initially struggling to settle at Stevenage. "There's still more to come but I'm grateful to get a run in the team and hopefully we can keep winning and get in the play-offs.
"It's going to be tough. We've got some hard games coming up but we'd rather play in games that actually mean something."
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Mills is likely to anchor the Boro midfield in tomorrow's crunch clash against fellow play-off chasers Kidderminster Harriers and the 27-year-old is confident a degree of revenge can be exacted on Mark Yates' side.
Boro slipped to a 4-2 defeat at Aggborough after losing a two-goal lead when Darren Murphy was sent off for a two-footed lunge but Harriers go into the game knowing that three points will be enough to secure a play-off spot.
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"We didn't deserve to lose that," added Mills. "We were 2-0 up and cruising and then the referee sent off Murphy and it's completely changed the game.
"But it's a different game, a fresh start and hopefully we can get three points.