REUBEN Reid is set to stay at Home Park for a further month, subject to the completion of relevant paperwork.Reid, who is on loan from Yeovil Town, saw his original deal expire after Tuesday night’s game with AFC Wimbledon but Argyle manager John Sheridan was keen to keep the 24-year-old striker for a further month.
John said: “I’m going to keep Reuben - he’s slowly getting better and better.
“I had a chat with him last week and he understands where I’m coming from.
“I expect a lot more from him because I think he should be ripping this league up.
“All managers are different. I’m one of them who would rather tell a player than talk to my staff.
“I’d rather make it open so I spoke to him and I told him that I need a lot more from him.
“I’ve seen him play lots of times and I think he’s an excellent player. If he gets the work ethic in then everything else will take care of itself.
“I thought his performance the other night was a bit better and he could be an important player.”
Reid began his career at Home Park back in 2006 and 12 appearances before 2008, could not manage to get on the scoresheet.
Reuben ahs now played six more times for the Greens since January but sadly, his goal drought continues.
“He just needs that goal,” said John.
“If he can get goal or two it’ll just build his confidence a little bit more and it’ll hopefully get us one or two results.”