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28 November 2014

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PLAYING regular football is the most important thing in Bobby Reid’s mind – and was the biggest factor in his decision to come back to Argyle.

Bobby is back with the club until the start of January, as the 22-year-old midfielder wants to get his head down, and get games under his belt.

Reid has only missed two games that he was eligible to play in since finishing his first loan spell at Argyle, and the Bristol City loanee is more than happy to link back up with John Sheridan and co.

“I don’t really want to be sitting there playing under-21 games, and reserve games," said Bobby. "They do nothing for me so the opportunity to come here, I’m definitely going to take it.”

Bobby played a key part in Argyle positive run of results, lifting the Pilgrims up to the play-off zone.

Last Saturday, Argyle suffered their first league defeat in eight, and Reid believes that Argyle need to bounce back and to try and have another good run of results.

Reid explained that: “You’ve just got to bounce back now. We’ve had a defeat and a good run, so you've just got to get back and try to get on another run again.”

Despite only linking up with John Sheridan’s side for a matter of months, Bobby still has his eyes set on his own personal goals whilst enjoying his second loan spell with the Greens.

Reid said he wants to: “Try to win as many games as possible, and give something on how I can affect the game for the rest of the team as well. It’s not a one man game.

“(We want) to get points on the board, and to move up the table.”


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