Scott Garner: I'm not going back to Cambridge United
Scott Garner emphatically ruled out a return to parent club Cambridge United as he hailed the superb team spirit in the Boston United squad.
Garner’s loan deal from the Skrill Premier U’s is due to expire in December, but the centre-back has no plans to return following an unhappy spell at the Abbey Stadium.
Instead, he would be more than happy to see out the rest of the season with the Pilgrims after impressing alongside Carl Piergianni in the heart of the back four.
The pair – along with regular full-backs Peter Bore and Netan Sansara and keeper Ashley Timms – have helped United shore up a defence which hemorrhaged goals last season.
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“It’s been a great move for me. At Cambridge I never fitted in and I don’t really want to go back or associate with the people there,” said a forthright Garner.
“I’m really happy where I am and hopefully it will continue. Hopefully I can extend my deal here.
“I’ve got no plans to go back to Cambridge. I don’t owe them anything and I won’t have any second thoughts about leaving there.”
Garner says a magnificent team spirit has driven United’s flying start to the season.
“The team spirit here is one of the best I’ve experienced at any club. Everyone gets on so well and we actually have fun on the pitch,” he revealed.
“You’d be surprised at the amount of people at other clubs who aren’t having fun on the pitch.
“But at this club everyone is enjoying every moment of it. Even when things aren’t going our way, we tend to stick together and we generally come through in the end.”