Lincoln City manager Chris Moyses insists they can still finish in National League play-offs

Chris Moyses remains upbeat about Lincoln City’s chances off a play-off spot by saying that “nobody in the squad is doubting it.”

The Imps are without a win in their last 11 games, picking up just four points along the way.

Chris Moyses thinks the play-offs is still realistic for the Imps (Photo: Danny Adamson)

Chris Moyses thinks the play-offs is still realistic for the Imps (Photo: Danny Adamson)

They are now in 12th place in the Vanarama National League, and are seven points off the play off places.

But Moyses has targeted Saturday’s home game against Guiseley to get back on track, saying that “one win changes everything.”

“The standard of football we’re playing is not bad, attractive football at times.

“We’ve got a squad together that put in 100% every time they put the shirt on.”

Moyses also revealed that City have taken on two trialists in an attempt to bolster the squad for the rest of the season.

Ex-Manchester City player Chris Chantler, and George Maris of Barnsley are both training with the squad, Moyses told the media in his press conference on Thursday.

He also said that nobody will be leaving in January.

Moyses also responded to criticism from the supporters.

“My door is always open, if you want to come and see me, come and see me and talk it through. Anything they want to talk about.

“I’m approachable, and I want people to understand what we’re trying to achieve.”

He also said that striker Liam Hearn is unavailable for Saturday’s game with a hamstring injury.

Hearn limped off at half time during the side’s 3-1 away loss at Wrexham last week.

City’s two new recruits Jamie McCombe, who signed on an 18-month contract on Thursday, and James Caton, who joined on loan from Shrewsbury Town, could potentially make their debuts against Guiseley on Saturday.