Simon Ainge labelled Boston United’s performance against Bradford Park Avenue ‘disappointing’, but warned fans to expect a few more of the same.

Manager Craig Elliott accused his players of taking a trip down ‘easy street’ as they made hard work of beating the strugglers 2-1 at York Street.

However, the defender believes that any side with promotion ambitions will have to grind out victories – and that includes on off days.

“We got three points. It was not pretty,” Ainge said.

“Sometimes you play a team near the bottom everyone expects you to turn them over.

“After the Gloucester game (3-0 defeat) we’ve been on it but it wasn’t good enough today. But we got three points.

“If we’re going to be up there at the end of the season there’ll be a few more games like that.”

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