Argyle eye Buzsaky stay
By Paul Higham. Last Updated: January 1, 1970 1:00am
Plymouth Argyle boss Bobby Williamson would like to sign on-loan midfielder Akos Buzsaky on a permanent deal.
The Hungarian midfield man signed for Argyle on loan from Porto back in January, and has made a positive impression at Home Park.
Buzsaky has become a favourite with the Devon club's fans since his arrival, and Williamson would like him to commit to a long-term stay.
After playing well in the 3-0 win at Nottingham Forest, Williamson says that he wants to sign Buzsaky on a permanent deal.
"The fans have certainly taken to him, and I like him," Williamson told the club website.
"I think he's a fantastic talent. He's still got a lot to learn and he may learn it with us. I do substitute him from time to time because he does run out of steam - he covers every blade of grass.
"That will come with experience. Once he starts learning the game, he will be a better player, and I hope it's with us.
"There was a (transfer-fee) figure in place that we could work towards if he enjoyed being here and we enjoyed working with him. I think both parties have shown we do like each other."