Striker says he's taking it one game at a time with regards to Chesterfield's play-off hopes.Boden made a starting return at Barnet after he was recalled from his loan at Alfreton Town on Thursday.
The 23-year-old put in a good shift and almost opened the scoring but was denied by a good save from Graham Stack.
“I’ve been putting them away in training last couple of days to be fair. I think the keeper got a hand on it but it would have been nice if that had gone in," Boden said, speaking about that chance.
Second-half strikes from Jay O'Shea and Sam Togwell eventually secured the win and Boden was complimentary of the latter's positioning.
He said:“It’s all about the assist but you’ve got to be in the right place to put it in.
“I was hoping that Togs [Sam Togwell] wouldn’t touch it to be honest, I’m not going to lie. But who ever scores it doesn’t matter as long as we get the win.”
Boden now has the chance to impress the Spireites boss in the remaining four games, but the striker insists that he's taking things one game at a time.
When asked whether he was looking to impress Paul Cook in order to win a new contract, Boden answered: “Like I said about the games, I don’t look that far ahead.”
Watch the full interview on Spireites Player.