Midfielder Tyrese Momodou Fornah says he is glad to be getting the needed playing time at League 1 side Plymouth Argyle.
The 21-year-old enforcer of Ghanaian descent is on loan from Championship side Nottingham and has made 37 appearances in all competitions for Plymouth Argyle this campaign.
Fornah mentioned that the coaches of the third tier side have been helpful as he continues his development at an appreciable level.
“I’m grateful to the club, grateful to everyone that works here, that they have given me the trust and believed in my ability.” He told Plymouth Herald
“There are going to be times where things don’t work out for us as a team but they have always kept faith in me, so that’s the main thing as a young player.”
“I have a coaching staff and a club that believes in my talent.”
Fornah further indicated that he has learnt something in his loan deal which will be valuable in his career.
“I am having experience of men’s football, the things many people don’t see that go during the game.”
“When you are playing men’s football, they will do anything to win.”
“Coming out of (under) 23s football, you need to learn these things to get to the next level, which I like to think I have learned by now, so it has been really good for me.” He added.
Fornah is eligible to play for England and Ghana at international level though he is yet to be capped.