By Steve Sharman:
Goalkeeper Myles Boney says he is grateful for the opportunity to develop his career after extending his loan spell with the Dabbers by a further month.
The Blackpool loanee will remain with the club for a further four weeks, and the young stopper says he is enjoying his time in Cheshire.
He said: “I’ve really enjoyed my time with Nantwich, the staff, players and people around the club are great people.
“That has made it that little bit easier for me to settle in and get started with a new challenge and a new changing room.
“But the main thing for me was getting back out on the pitch and get back to loving what I do which is playing football.”
Boney joined the Dabbers from the League One club back in January and has since played in five games making three clean sheets and the keeper says the game time will only help him improve.
“I’m still young and still learning about the game. There are things you can’t learn in training, certain situations for a goalkeeper can only occur in matches.
“I understand I will make mistakes and not have a good game all the time, but that’s something the manager understands which helps a lot and is also key to the next part of my progression.”
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