ARGYLE manager Ryan Lowe developed a football philosophy in his time as Bury boss and that style is now evolving into something special at Home Park.
After two long trips and maximum points at Scunthorpe and a very windy Carlisle, the Greens are back on home turf for the visit of Mansfield Town in Sky Bet League Two this weekend.
The football brand is working well in all conditions and now the stage is set to secure three more points in the race for promotion.
“We’ve been away on the road and it will be nice to get back to Home Park with the fans behind us,” said Ryan.
“Everyone knows now our brand of football and what we’re trying to do. We can’t change, we can’t go from back to front because that’s not us, and we haven’t recruited the players to do that.
“We need to get the ball on the floor and play good football, which we are doing. It was no coincidence we played the right way [at Carlisle].
“The conditions were tough but it is what it is. It’s a ball, it’s grass, it’s 11v11 and, as long as we’re the better team, then I fancy us to beat most teams.”