THE belated debut for Will Aimson in Sky Bet League Two gave the Green Army an immediate taste of the passion, desire and attitude of their new defender.
Within minutes of the 2-2 draw at Crawley in midweek, Will had made a rousing tackle for his team and came very close to scoring on his full debut for the Pilgrims.
It is now on to the visit of Cheltenham Town on Saturday and more fight on show from players like Will Aimson, who helped manager Ryan Lowe win promotion with Bury last season.
“We’re very pleased and what you see is what you get with Will,” said Ryan. “We were watching some clips back and he made a tackle in the first four minutes, it went out for our goal kick and it was a great tackle, and he jumped up and gave a fist pump right by our fans.
“That’s what it means to him, and he’s kicking himself because he’s not scored down the away end down where our fans were.
“Will Aimson went through the pain barrier for me last year and there was only one objective and that was to get him in, because he’s a leader and he’s a fighter. He’s got that desire and his attitude is top class. He’s going to be a good asset for us.”