WHILST one Argyle midfielder temporarily departs the club, manager Derek Adams is keeping close tabs on the chances of bringing in another familiar face.
After a short spell with Stevenage at the end of last year, Lee Cox has re-joined Boro on loan until the end of the season, in search of more game time and maintaining his fitness.
“I think that Lee thought that was the best move for him,” said Derek, “and it’s important that the player needs game time.
“He felt that it was a good move, that he was going to get regular match time, and I’ve allowed him to go there for the rest of the season and get that.”
Meanwhile, Derek’s attempts to secure the services of Hiram Boateng for a second loan spell are still ongoing, as he and the club work closely with Crystal Palace in making a decision that is best for the youngster.
“Crystal Palace have been very good to us,” said Adams. “Hiram has come to us, and Alan Pardew and Mark Bright have been cooperative with us. We were delighted with the way that Luke Croll came in, and Hiram.
“They’re a football club that we’ve got a good connection with, and when the time is right, they’ll make that decision, and they’ll do what is right for their football club. They’re a club that is doing really well in the Premier League, and they’re looking after their own interests, and that is right."