Manager John Sheridan targets new loan striker for Plymouth Argyle
MANAGER John Sheridan wants to add another striker to his squad at Plymouth Argyle.
Goalscoring continues to be a problem for the relegation-threatened Pilgrims and Sheridan is ready to take action.
He does not believe a signing will be made before the visit of play-off hopefuls Fleetwood Town on Saturday.
However, it is a priority for Sheridan to add another striker to the ranks as Argyle seek the goals, and points, they need to stay up.
Sheridan told Herald Sport today: "I have been trying for an experienced striker since I have come here.
"But, as I have said before, I have found it difficult. I will just get someone who I think is going to help us and score goals, whether he's 19, 25 or 30.
"I think Saturday's game will be too soon, but I'm looking, trying and asking at this moment in time."
Defender Anthony Charles is 50-50 for the game against eighth-placed Fleetwood because of a groin injury.
He was ruled out of the 0-0 draw with Bradford City at Home Park on Tuesday night.