ARGYLE midfielder Nathan Thomas has been advised to try a different prescription in order to combat his breathing problems.
The 20-year-old missed Saturday’s 1-0 Sky Bet League 2 triumph at Tranmere after suffering an asthma attack during last week’s Johnstone’s Paint Trophy victory over Swindon Town, although there were no lasting effects.
Argyle manager John Sheridan said: “He went to see the specialist. I think he’s got to change his medication and hopefully everything will be fine.
“I think he’s able to train. It’s just a case of trying to avoid the attacks because he’s had two or three since pre-season. Whatever he’ going to get, hopefully the attacks will clear up.”