New signing confident Argyle's form will pick up
NEW RECRUIT Mark Molesley has predicted better times are around the corner for struggling Plymouth Argyle.
Molesley made his debut for the Pilgrims in their 1-0 defeat by Chesterfield at rain-drenched Home Park on Saturday.
The 31-year-old midfielder had been signed on loan from League One outfit Bournemouth only 48 hours earlier.
However, he could not prevent Argyle from suffering a sixth defeat in their last seven League Two games, which has seen them drop to 20th in the table.
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Molesley thought the defeat was hard on Argyle, who had 16 attempts at goal and 13 corners but could not score.
"Sometimes things don't quite go for you, but it's up to us as players to make it happen," he told Herald Sport.
"I'm sure we will if we carry on applying ourselves like we did on Saturday. We were on the front foot, we pressurised them and we created lots of chances.
"If we carry on like that the tide will definitely turn for us."
Molesley's debut for Argyle was his first competitive match of the season after recently recovering from an Achilles injury.
He put in an industrious performance in the centre of midfield, alongside stand-in skipper Conor Hourihane.
Molesley said: "It has been a bit of a whirlwind. I met the boys for the first time on Friday and I was pleased to be starting a football match."