Lincoln City boss Chris Moyses says he has no concerns regarding his squad’s depth despite the departure of midfielder Jon Nolan to Wrexham on loan until 2nd January.
Moyses revealed Nolan’s move in his press conference this morning and couldn’t hide his disappointment that the midfielder hasn’t fulfilled his potential at the club.
Chris Moyses said: “I signed Jon and thought he’d be probably the best player the player the club will have this season. It’s not worked out really and I wish Jon all the best.”
Lincoln beat Torquay 2-0 last Saturday thanks to quick fire goals from strikers Liam Hearn and Matt Rhead. Imps boss Chris Moyses was satisfied with the result: “We were slow to start, they made it difficult. They crowded the midfield out. We had to get the ball slightly wider, try and break them down and we did do. I thought we were comfortable after that.”
The Imps travel to Guiseley for their match Friday evening, which will be broadcast live on BT Sport.
Chris Moyses side are now unbeaten in their last three games and he feels now is the time for his side to start finding some consistency: “If we can put a bit of a run together, the league is that bunched up at the moment, who knows where that might take us.”
Discussing team news, Moyses confirmed that Alan Power is back in training and available for Friday’s match, however, defender Nat Brown (tonsillitis), striker Conner Robinson (ligament damage) and Matt Sparrow (ankle) are all unavailable.
Nonetheless, Moyses remains upbeat and feels his squad does have good strength in depth: “We’re covered for every eventuality. It would take two or three more injuries to affect that.”Tweet