Sheridan happy with Pilgrims' new players
Manager John Sheridan is "comfortable" with the attacking options he has at his disposal at Plymouth Argyle.
Sheridan, whose side take on Bristol Rovers at Home Park in League Two today, has made ten new signings since the end of last season, when Argyle narrowly avoided relegation.
The Pilgrims' boss has admitted he would like to add a predatory penalty-box goalscorer to his squad but conceded that finance could be a stumbling block to that.
Sheridan has five players – Marvin Morgan, Reuben Reid, Lewis Alessandra, Rommy Boco and Tyler Harvey – whom he considers as capable of playing up front.
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Reid and Morgan have been his regular strikeforce this season, with Alessandra and Boco providing width in midfield and Harvey on the substitutes' bench.
Alessandra is Argyle's top scorer in all competitions this season with three goals, followed by Boco and Reid on two.
Sheridan said: "If I had the money I would probably like to bring another striker in.
"I'm comfortable with my five, but is one of them a prolific penalty box sniffer? I would probably say 'no'.
"That's something we might need, someone who is going to be standing around and never involved in the game but you give him a chance and he puts it away.
"We have brought in a lot of players, and they are getting settled and getting to know each other."