Imps winger Jack Muldoon praises squad unity ahead of Bromley clash

Lincoln City winger Jack Muldoon says the togetherness in the squad is a key factor behind their good start to the season.

The Imps are second in the National League going into today’s match at Bromley.

“If we do get any bad eggs coming through the changing rooms we certainly squeeze them out the team straight away and make them feel a bit isolated because that’s not what we’re about in Lincoln,” said Muldoon.

Muldoon is hoping to be in the staring 11 for today's match against Bromley. (Photo: Ryan Petterson)

Muldoon is hoping to be in the staring 11 for today’s match against Bromley. (Photo: Ryan Petterson)

And Muldoon says the good feeling around the club stretches further than just the players.

“It’s good to see the fans, the players, and the staff getting on so well,” he said. “We’re all a close group of people.”

Manager Danny Cowley’s style of management is a factor for the team’s continued improvement, according to Muldoon.

“It was a little bit of a shock to the system but everyone bought into it in pre-season and we’re so structured now as a team,” Muldoon admitted.

“I think a lot of people are adapting to that play.”

The winger had been out for three weeks with a toe injury but came on as a substitute against Braintree last Saturday and scored the last goal as City won 3-0.

Muldoon was delighted to get back on the scoresheet and admitted to some friendly competition in the Imps squad.

“The lads have been doing really well and kicking on with goals, and I’m a bit competitive and I want to score more goals than anyone,” he said.

“But I’m very happy with that goal and how it went in was even better.”

And Muldoon also said he still doesn’t have a preferred position on the field.

“It’s irrelevant to be honest. As long as I’m in that final third I don’t care where I am on the pitch,” he said.