JOSH Simpson has a chance of being fit to face his former club Crawley on Saturday, according to Derek Adams.
Simpson played for the Reds for a four years, making 148 league appearances and scoring 12 goals. He will certainly want to be in contention to play against the side he once captained.
Josh's first goal for Argyle - and possibly his best performance - came in the 1-1 draw at Bristol Rovers on January 23, but he has not been available since then.
Manager Derek Adams commented about Simpson’s progress: “Josh has trained for the last few days and is improving. We’ll try to push him to be back in the squad on Saturday.
“He was captain as well at the football club. He will look forward to going back there.
“It’s always nice to go back to your former team. Hopefully he can progress as the week goes on and be involved with the squad on Saturday.”