Truro City boss Lee Hodges says he would like to try and keep on-loan goalkeeper Ollie Chenoweth at the club for longer.
Chenoweth, 19, joined Truro last week as emergency cover as first-choice keeper Tim Sandercombe and reserve Tom Brooks are injured.
"I think Tim could be out for a while and we don't know how long Tom's going to be as well," Hodges said.
But Truro are still under a transfer embargo after financial problems.
"It was a case of we were allowed to have him for a month and then if we were out of the transfer embargo it would be a possibility.
"But we'd have to talk to Argyle to see if we could get him for longer," Hodges told BBC Radio Cornwall.
Chenoweth impressed on his debut in City's 2-1 win over Staines Town on Saturday and Hodges said he knew a lot about the youngster.
"I had him watched two or three times last year, I've had him watched two or three times this year and it was just a case of asking Argyle if we could do something about it," he concluded.