Jordan Slew: Plymouth Argyle's best is yet to come, says forward

Jordan Slew
Jordan Slew scored one goal and won a penalty in Plymouth's win at Newport on Saturday

Jordan Slew says League Two leaders Plymouth Argyle are yet to hit their best form, despite being four points clear at the top of the table.

The Pilgrims are on a 12-game unbeaten run, having taken 32 points from a possible 36 since losing their first two league games of the season.

"We're not at our best, we're still getting better every game," Slew said.

"We're getting stronger, we look fit and we look like a good prospect for promotion," the forward added.

Slew, 24, was one of 16 players to move to Home Park in the summer transfer window and has scored three times in 12 appearances in all competitions.

He burst onto the scene as an 18-year-old with Sheffield United and earned a £1m move to Blackburn Rovers in August 2011.

But he failed to break into the side at Ewood Park, having five loan spells before moving to Cambridge United on a free transfer last summer.

He moved onto Chesterfield in February before a free transfer to Plymouth in June.

"Every player wants to feel settled somewhere. I feel like I could settle here, I do want to settle here," he told BBC Radio Devon.

"There's still a lot to come from me, I'm not 100%, but I feel like I'm doing well.

"I know I'm capable of a lot more, it just takes time to come, and as I keep playing I'm getting fitter and I'm getting stronger."

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