Plymouth Argyle manager John Sheridan frustrated in search for new on-loan striker
MANAGER John Sheridan has seen a move to bring a striker from a Championship club to Plymouth Argyle on loan fall through.
However, Sheridan remains determined to add to his attacking options for the end-of-season run-in as the Pilgrims fight against relegation.
He does not expect to be able to do that before Argyle's away game against Southend United at Roots Hall tomorrow.
Sheridan told Herald Sport: "I got a little knock-back. I was hoping to get a striker from a Championship club but he's not quite fit enough.
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"There are one or two others I'm looking at. Hopefully, I can bring in another player for this final push."
Centre-back Anthony Charles is set to be included in the Argyle squad for the game against Paul Sturrock's Southend.
Charles has missed the last two matches because of a groin injury he suffered in the 2-1 defeat at Gillingham.