A DECISION on the short-term future of Olly Lee will not be made until after Saturday’s Devon Expressway Derby at Exeter.
The 23-year-old midfielder’s loan from Championship side Birmingham City expires following the game at St James Park, after which he and the Pilgrims will take stock of the situation.
“The most important thing is the team, and Plymouth getting promoted,” said Olly, who has started five games in his Home Park loan spell, and scored at Hartlepool on the only occasion he was substitute. “That’s all we’re bothered about.
“When it comes to the time, we’ll sit down and have a chat and see what happens. I’d be more than happy to stay – I’m really enjoying my time.
“It’s taken me awhile to really get into it and find my feet but, as each game goes on, I’m getting fitter and fitter, and every game, I think I’ve got better and better, so I am just looking forward to scoring few more goals and we’ll go from there.
“All I wanted when I came in was to be playing ever week. I’m loving it at the minute. It’s been really good and, obviously, if we can keep on winning, it will be even better.”