TYLER Harvey claimed a goal and an assist during Argyle’s 3-0 thrashing of Exeter City, as well as the compliments of his manager.The 19-year-old started the game in place of the injured Lee Cox, and kicked off the Sky Bet League 2 rout of the Grecians by hitting home a perfectly-placed free kick past Christy Pym after 14 minutes.
He then played the key through ball in a brilliant piece of Argyle play, allowing Reuben Reid to make it 2-0 before the end of the first half.
Curtis Nelson put the finishing touch on a dominant Greens' display, in which Sheridan believes Harvey played an integral part.
“He did really well,” said John. “He has got a great touch and great awareness.
“He is not someone who is going to run 30 or 40 yards. His movement has got to be over 10 or 15 yards, where he can disturb people.
“I told him to just stick in around [Matt] Oakley – do not chase anyone else, just be aware of him and stop him from getting the ball.
“I told him to try and find space for himself and, in the first half, I thought he was tremendous: a great goal; a great little ball for the second goal; and I thought he did a really good job.”