English-born Ghanaian enforcer Tyrese Fornh is pleased with his performance for League 1 side Plymouth Argyle.
Fornah who is on loan from Nottingham Forest has made 24 third-tier appearances so far this campaign and he is excited with his output.
“I’m thankful to God that the Gaffer (Lowe) trusted in me and my ability. That’s the main thing when you come on loan.” He told Plymouth Herald
“It gives you the encouragement because things are always up and down as a professional footballer.”
“As a young player coming into the team, there are going to be good games and bad games, but to know the manager trusts me throughout and what I bring to the team is a really good thing.”
Fornah continued: “I think I have become more tactically aware of my position. Technically, I would say I’m very good on the ball.
“I feel like the other side of my game, the aggressiveness and tracking runners, I have got better.
“That’s through the coaching staff, not just the Gaffer but Schuey (assistant boss Steven Schumacher) and Kevin Nancekivell.” He added.
The 23-yaer-old enforcer will return to Forest this summer and he is expected to play a key role in the team next season.