Aaron Brown has an eye on a stronger season next season after triggering a clause in his contract that will see him remain an Imp, for at least another twelve months.
The 28-year-old former QPR player has been excellent in an avergae season, and may spring a surprise on saturday when the fans Player Of The Year is announced. Since signing as a left back he has a regular fixture on the left-hand side, often operating in an advance midfield role where he seems to excel.
Now he has set his sights on a promotion season next year, and thinks the current raft of youth coming through is good news for the club.
"I triggered a clause in my contract after I played a certain amount of games, so I will be here next season. It's looking good for next season, we have a lot of young players coming into the squad and that bodes well."
In recent weeks Nathan Adams, Andrew Hutchinson and Kern Miller have all made appearances which have impressed fans and seasoned pro's alike.
"The youngsters, such as Nathan Adams and Andrew Hutchinson, have come in and given it a go and have shown no fear. They have been asked to put in a shift by the manager and they have shown no fear and are unpredictable for the opposition."
No doubt whatever Browns thoughts on next season, fans will be delighted that he'll be a part of the Imps set up.