IT was inevitable, given the venue at which the Pilgrims’ latest victory came, that John Sheridan would be asked whether he particularly enjoyed the 2-1 win.The Argyle manger had begun the season in charge of the Greens’ beaten hosts Chesterfield but was sacked after three matches.
After the enforced break from the game, he came to Plymouth and has turned round the Pilgrims’ fortunes to such an extent that they are within a whisker of securing their Football League place.
He said: “It was very pleasing on my part that we got the victory, but the most important thing was getting three points to try and keep us in the division.
“I’m only bothered about Plymouth at the moment. I’m concentrating on keeping them in the division.
“If I keep them in the division, it will be a really big thing for me.”