Gary Mills: I am not in Boston United's plans
Gary Mills does not know if he has a future at Boston United after joining Evo-Stik League Premier Division side King’s Lynn Town on a three-month loan deal.
The combative midfielder joined the Pilgrims on a one-year-deal in the summer.
However, he has played just one match for Dennis Greene’s Skrill North side, a Lincolnshire Senior Shield game against Gainsborough.
Now he has linked up with the Linnets after being told that he is currently not in Greene’s plans.
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“The manager (Dennis Greene) made it clear that I wasn’t going to be in his plans at Boston,” said Mills. “I don’t want to go into details, all I want to do is go and play some games.
“I thought it best I left Boston and cut my losses and play some games.
“I’ve signed a three-month loan deal until November and then I will see where I stand.”
Mills had a tough summer recovering from a knee injury which ended his short-lived Lincoln City career.
And while he has dropped a level he is eager to get going with the Linnets.
“I’m 32 and I want to play, so I’m happy to do it with whatever team,” said Mills.
“It will be a tough league and I fully respect the players in it.
“When I’ve completed my loan deal I will go back to Boston and sit down with the manager and the chairman and see where I stand.”