Ricky Miller tipped to play in Football League by Boston United boss Dennis Greene
Boston United striker Ricky Miller will grace the Football League one day, according to manager Dennis Greene.
After four years away, Miller rejoined the Pilgrims from Stamford and looks like one of Greene’s most astute signings of the summer.
The 24-year-old has been in blistering form throughout pre-season, scoring against League Two Mansfield Town and running the Lincoln City defence ragged.
Miller’s form could see him partner Marc Newsham up front in Saturday’s Skrill North opener at Stockport.
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That would relegate Newsham’s regular strike partner, Spencer Weir-Daley, to the bench if Greene opts for two strikers rather than three at Edgeley Park.
“Ricky Miller will be a Football League player at some stage in his career,” declared Greene.
“He’s got all the attributes. He will score goals wherever he goes because of his tenacity and work-rate. He’s a pest.
“He just needed to settle down in his life. He’s just had a baby, he’s got a house. Now is the right time to settle and concentrate on his football.
“If he showed this application two or three years ago, he might be further up.
“But he will get there and we’ve seen the evidence in pre-season.”