Akos wants Pilgrims deal

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Hungarian midfielder Akos Buzsaky is hoping to clinch a permanent move to Plymouth Argyle.

Buzsaky has impressed for the Championship club since joining on loan from European champions Porto in January.

The attack-minded midfielder admits he was frustrated by his lack of opportunities at Porto and is in no rush to return to the Portuguese outfit.

Instead, Buzsaky is anxious for his displays with The Pilgrims to reap a permanent switch to English football.

"Luckily everything is alright and I think the club is satisfied with me," Buzsaky told Nemzeti Sport.

"The English game is absolutely different from the Portuguese. I've been trying to adapt to this kind of football as fast as I can.

"One thing is for sure. Porto may call me back from Plymouth but I don't want to play in Porto's B team.

"That's why I want to have an impressive spring. In that case Argyle or another English team will hopefully buy me.

"I think I have stepped forward with this loan contract and I would like to do it again in the summer."