Derek Adams: Plymouth Argyle boss eyes more signings after poor start
Plymouth Argyle boss Derek Adams says he wants to sign more players after Saturday's loss at Carlisle.
Argyle have been beaten in both of their League Two matches so far.
The Pilgrims, who were beaten play-off finalists, last scored a goal in the League Two play-off semi-final in May.
"That's been the main area we've tried to look to during pre-season and we'll continue to do that," Adams said when asked about bringing more pace and width to his side.
Despite bringing in 14 players during the summer, Adams feels he has still not properly replaced Gregg Wylde, who left the Pilgrims for Millwall.
He told BBC Radio Devon: "We've only had one player last year that had pace and we lost him to a League One side, so this year we've still got (Graham) Carey, (Jake) Jervis and (Jordan) Slew who've got good pace in the team.
"We have added and we'll probably add to that before the transfer window finishes."