The Pilgrims ended the season with a 4-1 win over AFC Telford United to make it 29 points from their last 17 matches.
“We want to take this form into next season,” he said. “The team has underperformed this season and we know that.
“Boston is a massive club and we want to be in a position next year to challenge.
“We have all we need to challenge and it's an exciting time for the club.”
Pollock, who picked up all three of the club’s player of the year awards, felt United had benefited from a pressure free game against Telford.
“We’ve played where we had to get results and under pressure and credit to the boys for getting the job done,” he said.
“Our quality shone through against Telford. We were able to express ourselves when the pressure was off.”