No rush for Sheridan

Last Updated: Sun, 20 Jul 2014 12:43

Plymouth manager John Sheridan is in no rush to add to his squad but would like to add two or three new faces before the season starts.

Ollie Norburn featured once again as the Pilgrims played out a 2-2 draw at Weymouth and he may well get some game time against Torquay.

But Sheridan feels he has the nucleus of a good squad and knows exactly what he is looking for in any further additions.

He told the club's official website: "I'd still like to bring two-three players in. Everyone knows I want a centre-midfield player, but I'd like bring two-three in just to give us strength in depth. They will probably be loan signings.

"That will wait until nearer the season. It will be someone who is doing a pre-season and playing games with a club, not someone who is sat on his backside; someone who is fit and ready to step up."

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