ARGYLE AIM FOR A LOAN BRAY-OFF
PLYMOUTH’s long pursuit of winger Alex Bray has finally paid off and now they are set to reap the rewards, according to boss John Sheridan.
Bray, 19, has joined on a five-month loan from Premier League Swansea after starring against them in a pre-season friendly.
After finally snapping up the youngster, Sheridan is confident the best is yet to come.
“Straight after the preseason game we asked about his availability,” said Sheridan. “Swansea coach Alan Curtis kept us informed of his situation. It has been going on since then.”
And Sheridan is confident that the tricky winger is at the perfect club to continue his upward trajectory.
“What I like about him is that he’s at a Premier League club and has all the luxuries in the world, but he wants to come out and play football,” he said.“I can see from the way he plays and the way he trains that he’s really hungry.
“I have read one or two things that he has said and, hopefully, it’s a learning curve for him. He’s coming from one of the best football teams in the Premier League.
“This will be a different environment. Obviously, we are not Swansea City but we will try to play. Hopefully he can help us and we can help him as a player.”
SWAN STAR: Alex Bray