ARGYLE manager John Sheridan will be making changes to his side for Saturday’s trip to Northampton Town.

After a disappointing performance against Oxford at Home Park last weekend, John feels that now is the time to freshen up his playing personnel.

John said: “There’ll be one or two different players, that for sure. I think it’s important that everyone’s on their toes.

“I don’t want anyone getting the feeling that, because we were unbeaten in four, I’m always going to pick the same team.

“Sometimes you’re better taking someone out, giving them a little break. 

“You can talk all day to them but leaving them out for one or two games is probably the best way. Hopefully they respond in the right way then force their way back in the side.

“There’s a few players who haven’t been playing, so I’ll probably make one or two changes.

One of those changes could see the return of Paul Wotton, who played 90 minutes in the Pilgrims’ success at Aldershot.

Should Paul play any part in the match, he will move level with third-placed Fred Craig on the all-time Argyle appearance table.

 “Paul will be in the squad and, in the last away game, he did well for me, so he’ll be figuring,” said John

“He’s in my thoughts, as are a few players. There are one or two players who probably feel that they should be in the side now so it’s something I’ll look at.”