AFTER a spell out of the first team, Andres Gurrieri is back in the side and his recent performances have been drawing praise from all sides of Home Park.The Argentinean, who joined Argyle last summer, is happy with the way he has performed in recent games.
Andres said: “I’m pleased with the last few games I’ve played; it’s very good to go in and do it well.
“The way I play is always trying to keep the ball moving and create chances. I think the whole team has to do that, it’s not about one or two players.”
“The whole team is trying to do that and then things turn out well.”
Andres has come close to scoring his third goal for Argyle in recent times. It took a fine save from Cheltenham ‘keeper Scott Brown to deny him last Saturday.
“Don’t tell me about it,” he said, when asked about his chance to score.
“I was a bit frustrated about that; it was a good chance. I came close to scoring in the first half, too.”
“I’ll learn about that and, next time, try to do it even better. It was good we were winning so no regrets about that. “