Date: 4th May 2007 at 4:19pm
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Evans has been forced to endure a torrid fight against adversity this season and could see his side relegated if they fail to beat Wrexham on Saturday.

And he has been heavily linked with a move to Chester this week following the dismissal of Mark Wright.

However, the Scot said: ‘I’m only thinking about Saturday’s game against Wrexham. I could have left Boston quite easily in the last couple of months and gone back to Scotland and got a job with a first division club up there.

‘I’ve also been offered a couple of jobs in the Conference but I’m better than that and the only thing I’ve got on my mind at the moment is beating Wrexham.’

Meanwhile, defender Kevin Sandwith admits Chester’s players are playing for their futures when they travel to his old club Lincoln at the weekend.

Manager Mark Wright left the Deva Stadium on Monday and chairman Stephen Vaughan will draw up a shortlist of possible replacements next week.

And 29-year-old Sandwith accepts that the situation means there is a lot more riding on City’s trip to Sincil Bank, with youth-team coach Simon Davies in charge.

He said: ‘It has been a strange week and it came as a bit of a surprise when we had the meeting on Monday. These things happen in football and we’ve just got to get on with it.

‘Simon took his first training session on Tuesday. It was good, the lads enjoyed it and he’s a nice bloke.

‘This is a very big game for everyone because we’re playing for places, contracts and our futures. Lincoln are basically in the play-offs but it will still be a tough game. They’ve been there for a few seasons and I’m sure they’ll want to go one better.’