Plymouth Argyle: Tyler Harvey signs one-year contract extension
Tyler Harvey has signed a new one-year contract extension at Plymouth Argyle.
The 20-year-old has spent 11 years with the club and played in both midfield and attacking roles under previous boss John Sheridan.
However, Pilgrims manager Derek Adams has said he intends to use him as a striker next season.
"That was music to my ears because I've always been a striker. One of my good assets, I think, is scoring so it's back to what I prefer," said Harvey.
"You can't get complacent because there'll be six of us [strikers] now. We'll all bring each other on."
Harvey has made 52 appearances for the Devon side, the majority of which coming as a substitute, scoring three goals.
Meanwhile, Plymouth have confirmed that former midfielder and coach Kevin Nancekivell has returned to the club as head of academy coaching, after a spell with Torquay.