ARGYLE midfielder David Fox is as determined as any Pilgrim to right the recent wrongs when Argyle host Scunthorpe United on Saturday evening.
Foxy, whose current deal ends this summer, is thankful to Derek for bringing him to the club and wants to end the season with a vital win.
“There are a lot of lads out of contract, so I’m sure it’ll be the last game for a few of the boys, that is always in the back of your mind,“ he said.
“I don’t want to go out on a sombre note. If it is to be my last game here, it is definitely not how I want to remember my time here.
"I have loved my time here. The club doesn’t deserve to be going through the last few months that it has been through. Obviously, we want to win the game on Saturday."
Foxy was sad to see Derek Adams leave the club following our most recent defeat to Accrington and believes that, in everything Derek did, he tried to ensure the team and the club would be in a better place than the one he inherited.
“Ultimately, whatever level you manage at, you are going to be judged by your results,” said Foxy. “He wanted to be involved in everything; he was busy and worked very hard. He was always trying to improve the club and take it forward.”
“I hope we put in a good performance, get the right result, and things go well elsewhere for us.”