REUBEN Reid’s 82nd minute winner against Bristol Rovers last weekend has made him the club’s current top goal scorer for the season.But Argyle manager John Sheridan, who was not averse to chipping in with the odd goal himself during his playing career, is hoping that throughout the season, goals will be coming from all over the park.
“It doesn’t matter who scores the goals,” said John.
“It’s a team game and that’s way I see it. I think if you look at the forwards – if you include Tyler [Harvey], who hasn’t played much, and Lewi [Alessandra] and Romy [Boco] in the front five, I think we’ve got people who can score goals.
“I expect one or two of the midfield players to be in there – Conor [Hourihane], or Hamza [Bencherif] and Dom [Blizzard] or [Luke] Young, to chip in with four or five goals from centre midfield.
“It doesn’t matter if you win 1-0, 2-0, 3-0, 4-0, as long as you take three points from the game. That’s all that matters in my eyes.
The most important thing is that it’s still very early in the season and we have been a little up and down but we stay in the pack – just get that consistency in our game, pick the results up when we can and know that we’re going to hit form sometime.”