Plymouth Argyle manager Ryan Lowe has revealed that midfielder Danny Mayor is ready to start again after not long returning from suspension.
The 29 year-old was suspended for the Pilgrims’ 2-0 win over Carlisle United on October 19th, however has been a substitute in the last two league games following his one-match ban.
Lowe said: “The attitude and application of Danny Mayor to everything is different class.
“I’m hoping when he does get called back into the team he has got that little fresh spark about him.
“He has been terrific. We don’t have lads who spit their dummies out, and he certainly hasn’t.
“He’s champing at the bit to get back in the team. When I put him back you will hopefully see a fresher Danny Mayor.”
The central midfielder Mayor was only a substitute for the 4-0 win over Leyton Orient, but after the 4-0 loss away at Devon rivals Exeter City, Pilgrims manager Lowe may be looking at making some changes to the side for the weekend home tie against Grimsby Town.
Should Mayor be starting for Plymouth?
Before his suspension and subsequently dropping to the bench, Mayor was struggling and had an injection to help him get through the 1-1 draw away at Swindon Town on October 12th.
The midfield playmaker joined Plymouth this summer from League One side Bury after winning the League Two title with them last season, playing under Lowe’s tutelage.
Plymouth are currently 10th in League Two after 16 games, having picked up 23 points along the way and now they sit four points off the play-offs after Exeter halted their run on Saturday.
Mayor is an important player for Plymouth when he plays, as his performances have showed so far this season with the creative midfielder laying chances on a plate for his team-mates.
Mayor is one of the best midfielders on his day when he performs in League One, and he could easily be playing a league up, so his return to the starting lineup is bound to be good news for Ryan Lowe.