Chipping In

OLLY Lee wants the Argyle midfield to pitch in with some goals to help ease the Pilgrims' troubles in the final third.

Goals from midfield have been something missing from Argyle’s game all season, but Birmingham City loanee Lee feels the Argyle midfield have been unlucky, and hopes he and his colleagues in the engine room can reverse their trend. 

“I feel we have got to chip in more from the midfield,” said Olly. 

"The luck's not really been on our side so far. I’ve hit the bar, the post, and the balls just hasn’t gone in the back of the net. I’m hoping, sooner or later, one will go in off my backside, and then I’ll go on a little run.”

With Anthony O’Connor generally operating in a deep midfield role, it allows Olly and Bobby Reid much more room to express themselves, and to push forward. Olly has spoken highly of his team mate's defensive duties.

“Anthony does a great job in front of the back three," he said. 

“It just clears everything up to me and Bobby to create things. At the minute, we’re finding it more difficult to do, but without a doubt, one game everything is going to click and it will come together - and we’ll beat someone four or five nil.”