Imps forward, Anthony Scully, says it’s been a very tough season for the squad, especially for those in the team last year.
City face Crewe Alexandra on Saturday and the Irishman is keen to give the fans a final game to remember before getting some much-needed rest.
He said: “It’s been a long two years I have to say, not just physically but mentally as well. Last year we reached the playoff final and this year we were in a battle, so I think it’ll be great for everyone to go away, completely unwind, and hit the ground running next season.
“We want to make sure we finish on a high. We’re playing at home which gives us more motivation to win for the fans so I’m really confident heading into the game.”
Scully is delighted with his personal performance this year and acknowledges the importance of staying in the third division for the 2022/23 season.
He added: “Staying up was massive. That was the main target when we found ourselves in a relegation battle so to get that done with a few games to spare was massive for the club.
“Personally to have got 15 goals and seven assists I’m happy with that. I would’ve liked more this year but I suffered quite a lot with injuries so to hit the 15 mark I’m delighted.”
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