17th October 2014
Lee Cox has described the Argyle dressing room as “buzzing” as John Sheridan’s side go in search for their fourth straight win, a feat that hasn’t been accomplished in six seasons.As a summer signing Cox has had to adapt to a new squad, but he has admitted that the team are starting to gel, and the team are starting to learn each other’s abilities.
Even though the Pilgrims are sitting in a play-off position, Cox believes that Argyle need to take things one game at a time.
On whether the team are coming together, Lee said: “It can take any length of time, it can take a while, and sometimes teams can gel straight away.
“Even in training, we’re finding our way with each other’s abilities.
“We had a good week last week, but you can’t keep thinking about it. You got to take every game as it comes, and try and win, and if you get a little run going, then you’re buzzing."
Argyle anticipate the visit from Carlisle United this weekend, who have the daunting task of making the 778 mile round trip to Home Park. With this being the longest trip in the division, Cox hopes to exploit the Cumbrians with the home advantage.
“It will certainly play on some players’ minds a bit, making the journeys, as they might be tired," said Lee, before adding, with a smile: “If you see your man on the pitch slacking a little bit, you've got to give him a few extra tackles - or whatever.”