Tyler Harvey in contention for call up to first XI
Striker Tyler Harvey is in contention for a first team call-up at Plymouth Argyle, manager John Sheridan has admitted.
The Pilgrims have scored only six goals in eight League Two games this season, and a couple of those have been penalties.
Sheridan must be tempted to turn to 18-year-old Harvey as he tries to come up with a solution to that problem.
Argyle have lost their last two games, without getting any goals, and will be desperate to return to winning ways against bottom-of-the-table Accrington Stanley at Home Park tomorrow.
Sheridan hinted that there would be "one or two changes" to the team from the 1-0 defeat at Scunthorpe United last Saturday.
Harvey has made seven appearances for the Pilgrims this season – all of them as a substitute. He has played regularly for the reserves, though, scoring four times in their last three matches.
Sheridan said: "He's scoring goals in the reserves and they are winning games, so he's not doing himself any harm.
"We all know what his pedigree is. I still think he has got a lot to learn in his game, but he's a confident lad and when he gets a chance in and around the box he will try to score goals."
Harvey has played 18 times for the Pilgrims, including last season, but only two of those appearances have come in the starting line-up.
Sheridan added: "I have spoken to him and he has just got to keep pushing and pushing, and when his chance comes he has got to take it with both hands.
"He has got really good attributes to his game and he's scoring goals. We are not scoring goals and not winning matches.
"There are people itching for a game. It's up to me whether I change things and move everyone around, and give players opportunities.
"That's something I will decide and, hopefully, whatever decision I make we go on and win the game."
Argyle have dropped to 17th position in League Two after losing 3-0 at home to Wycombe Wanderers and then being beaten by Scunthorpe.
Sheridan said: "We are all very positive and I do believe that we will get back to winning ways and start climbing the table.
"The games that have gone, there is not a lot I can do about them. I have just got to look forward and get us all working very hard together."