RYAN Law, 19, has signed his second professional contract for Argyle and has now set his sights on establishing his place on the first-team scene.
Law, who has been at the club since 2008 when he joined the Argyle Academy as an Under-9, flew through the youth ranks until he was offered his first professional contract last year.
“I’m obviously very happy,” Ryan said, “I have been here a long time and I just want to push on and get into the first-team.”
Last season saw Law make an appearance in the Checkatrade Trophy match against Newport in November, at left-back, and he also went on loan to Gloucester in the National League South for a month in January.
Injury hampered his time at Gloucester but his wholehearted performances down the years as a junior have not gone unnoticed.
“I went on loan and started on the bench in my first two games,” he said. “I was going to play the game after that, but I was injured before.
“That was very frustrating because, hopefully, I would have started, made an impact on the team and had a good season for them. I’m feeling fit now. I have been working hard [ready for] pre-season to come back strong.
“Hopefully, I’ll make a couple of starts for the first-team and train with them every day and get offered another contract.”
After learning that new manager Ryan Lowe’s preference on the types of players he would like to bring in, Law is confident that he can bring the right assets to the starting 11.
“I have heard he likes attacking players,” said Ryan. “I’m an attacking full-back, so hopefully I fit his system well.”
Good luck for the season, Ryan.