Andi Thanoj believes the arrival of Nicky Wroe was just the boost the Boston United midfield was looking for, The Boston Standard report.

The 26-year-old says a battle for places in the starting line-up can only bring out the best in him, long-time midfield partner Brad Abbott and also new arrival Wroe.

“I do think me and Brad were getting a bit complacent,” admitted Thanoj. “We’ve not had the best of seasons compared to last year, but Nicky’s a good player. “We played against him twice when he was with Bradford, directly against him, so we knew he was a good player and would bring something different to the team.”

Until the past two contests, Thanoj and Abbott had started 45 of the Pilgrims’s last 55 matches in all competitions alongside one another, with little in the way of direct competition. And while Thanoj is adamant his partnership with Abbott still has a lot to offer, he reckons the team needed a shake-up. “We know what we bring: I think we work well as a partnership,” he said.

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