Leicester have turned down an offer from Boston for goalkeeper Conrad Logan.
The 20-year-old enjoyed two highly successful loan spells at the League Two club last term, and Pilgrims boss Steve Evans had been hoping to lure him to York Street.
"He's young and highly rated at Leicester," Evans told the Boston Standard.
"We gave him the chance to come almost from obscurity when we gave him his Football League debut at Lincoln and he was fantastic for us.
"Since then, we tried to convince Leicester to let him go."
Evans did accept though, that Logan may benefit from staying with The Foxes.
"They wouldn't let that happen and, besides, it could be better for his career if he stays there."
Boston are also still interested in Brighton goalkeeper Michel Kuipers.
The Dutchman, like Logan, spent time on loan at York Street last term - and Evans also insists he could make a move for him.
"I'd love to get Kuipers," he said.
"He is the ultimate professional and we still have a good relationship."