ARGYLE prospect Cameron Sangster has signed a new contract to keep him at the club for the 2019-20 Sky Bet League Two campaign.
A cultured young footballer, Sangster had a frustrating season last time out, breaking an ankle in the early stages of the campaign and now he is eager to consign that to the history books and cement his place in new manager Ryan Lowe’s plans.
“I’m really pleased to sign another contract to keep me here until next season,” said Sangster. “Last season was a bit of a write-off through injury. The injury with my broken ankle sort of led to another. I’m writing that one off and looking forward to next season.”
Under Derek Adams, Sangster made his senior debut as a 17 year-old, six days prior to turning 18, in a 4-1 win over Oldham Athletic at Home Park in December 2017.
Despite the obvious disappointment of dropping out of League One last season, Sangster is optimistic for what the future has in store.
“My personal ambition is to start the season really quickly, go to pre-season sharp and show the gaffer what I’m about from the off,” he said.
“If you’re good enough you’re old enough, as they say. I want to be in and around the first-team consistently, I want to break into the team properly and I want to want to be in the starting 11.“
It has been a busy day at Home Park, with the confirmation of Sangster's following swiftly on from new deals for Ryan Law and Michael Peck.