LEE Cox has two ambitions while he is at Home Park: to help Argyle stay in the Football League and to add to an impressive CV that includes successful spells in Scotland and England.Central midfielder Lee, 22, will stay with the Pilgrims until the end of the season, and has been included in the Argyle squad to play at Aldershot on Saturday.
“It will be good for me to show the Plymouth lads and the fans what I am capable of and hopefully help Plymouth get up the league,” said Lee, who joined Swindon from Scottish Premier League side Inverness CT this time last year.
Since then, he has had a loan spell this season at Argyle League 2 rivals Oxford United – who come to Home Park in a week’s time – where he helped inspire some good results.
“I played a good number of games, so I am fit and raring to go,” he said. “I’m looking forward to it.
“I’m hoping to get Plymouth up the league, away from the drop zone, and for myself to get a good number of games.
“It’s been difficult for me at Swindon, but that’s football – you get opportunities somewhere else, and I’m getting this opportunity now. It’s up to me to take what I’ve got to Plymouth.
“I like to get stuck in and get amongst people. Hopefully, I will show that as soon as I get the opportunity to.”