Craig Elliott is demanding a ‘big second half’ to the season from Boston United as he looks to overtake pacesetters Chorley, report the Boston Standard.

The Pilgrims boss is full of praise for the Magpies, who rightfully sit five points clear of second-placed Kidderminster in the National League North following a tremendous start to the campaign.

But Elliott has confidence his Boston side can discover the type of form which has served Chorley so well.

“The big thing with Chorley is that they have a consistent squad,” Elliott said. “On paper their squad might not be spectacular, but every one of them is a good player who knows their job and knows the division.

“The players know their jobs and they do them well. That’s why they haven’t let in a lot of goals and win matches.”

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