Plymouth Argyle defender Will Aimson is currently not fit enough to be considered for first team selection, manager Ryan Lowe has revealed.
Lowe told Plymouth Live’s Argyle Chat podcast that Aimson had suffered a setback after the pelvic problem which ruled him out of action at the start of this season.
The 25-year-old summer signing did not make his debut for the Pilgrims until early September.
He went on to make a total of seven starts over the next couple of months but has not been in the Pilgrims’ squad at all for the last three matches.
Lowe said: “Will is training but he’s had a little bit of a setback in terms of the injury that he had. He’s fit, but not fully fit.
“I have got a good relationship with Will and he’s not far off. He trains twice a week but we need him to be training three or four times a week to get up to it.
“He’s just missing out at the moment as one of the spare men. We want to make sure it’s right for Will as well.
“He came back and fought hard to get back fit, and he sort of blew a gasket, if you like.
“He’s training but he has just got to build his body back up. Have you ever had a hernia? When you have had a hernia you can’t move.