Obviously seeing something we and Adams doesn't in moore.
Maybe they do have bright futures might be somewhere else unfortunately
First team coach Kevin Nancekivell believes young Plymouth Argyle full-backs Tafari Moore and Ashley Smith-Brown have made huge strides in their development this season.
The pair signed for the League One club last summer from Arsenal and Manchester City respectively.
Both have had their ups and downs since then, but Nancekivell has predicted a ‘bright future’ for both of them.
Moore, 21, and 22-year-old Smith-Brown each played for just over an hour in Argyle’s 1-1 draw against Luton Town in the Central League at Home Park on Tuesday afternoon.
Nancekivell told Plymouth Live: “I think they are two fantastic young players. Their development this season has been huge.
“Ash has obviously played a few more games than Tafari. They have done really well and got a bright future ahead of them.”
Left-back Smith-Brown has made a total of 35 first team starts and one substitute appearance this term.
His only goal came in the 5-1 rout of Rochdale at Home Park last month.
Smith-Brown put in a series of impressive performances at right-back before dropping out of the side in recent weeks.
Joe Riley has returned to the team instead, although he did pick up an ankle injury when the Pilgrims drew 2-2 with Bristol Rovers in League One on Saturday.
Right-back Moore has played 18 times for Argyle this season, but not since a 2-0 defeat away to Shrewsbury Town at the end of November.
Nancekivell said: “Like all of us, they have got things to work on. The tactical aspect of it, the physicality of playing League One football.
The game know-how sometimes can always be improved with young lads.
“Listen, they are two really talented young boys who we are delighted to have at the football club and they have got a big future ahead of them.”
Torquay United boss Gary Johnson was among the small crowd at Home Park for Argyle’s draw against Luton.
Midfielder Dan Rooney, who is having a successful loan spell at National League South side Truro City, opened the scoring in the first half.
However, Luton drew level in the closing stages with a close range finish from Hong Wan.