After flirting with relegation last season, Argyle recovered incredibly, and finished on the verge of a play-off spot.
The Devon side are going through a major transition this summer, and despite the fact he has already bolstered his squad with ten new signings, Adams has surprised onlookers by saying he still plans to add one more to the squad.
Competition for places is a major reason for the new signing, which will likely be a central midfielder, but “depends on other issues” according to Adams.
A waste of resources.
Plymouth Argyle have a healthy number of midfield options already available to them. Yann Songo’o, Jamie Ness and Conor Grant are very solid in League One, with David Fox and Joel Grant also good options.
The talented Antoni Sarcevic is recovering from a groin injury, but he will be pushing for a place in the first team upon his return.
If he is to make a new addition, Adams must be careful he doesn’t change too much too soon at Home Park.
Squads take time to gel, and a major upheaval is difficult to do smoothly.