Plymouth Argyle attacking forward Tyler Harvey has signed a new one year deal with the League Two side, the club have confirmed.
Harvey has extended his stay at the Pilgrims
Harvey, who turned 20 this week, admitted to the club’s site that; “It was pretty easy,” when asked about his decision.
New manager Derek Adams, who has spoken of his interest in the past of developing the youngster as a striker for the Pilgrims, watched on as Harvey signed a new 12 month deal.
Harvey is in capable hands when in search of a mentor. The League’s third top scorer Reuben Reid, Ryan Brunt, Louis Rooney, Deane Smalley and new signing Jake Jervis are all on hand to give the youngster any further guidance as a striker.
Having come through the youth setup at Home Park, Harvey signed as an apprentice in 2011, seven years after he joined the club at nine years old.
He has gained some valuable first team experience in the past couple of years too. In the 2012/13 season, Harvey made 11 appearances, including a Boxing Day match against Torquay United, in which the youngster scored the equaliser.
The forward made 24 first team appearances for the Pilgrims the following season, scoring in a victory at Newport County, before making 16 appearances last season, in which he scored and set up one goal in the 3-0 victory over fierce rivals Exeter City.
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