Young City ‘stopper Remi Matthews is set to stay on loan at Plymouth for the foreseeable future, according to the Plymouth Herald.

Plymouth boss Derek Adams revealed the news, with all three of his other goalkeepers out with injuries.

Matthews had been drafted in as cover on a week by week basis after Plymouth were given special dispensation by the FA due to not having an available goalkeeper.

Since starting for the Pilgrims, Matthews has started three games, keeping clean sheets in two of those games. With starting goalkeeper Luke McCormick not being risked until he is fully fit, it looks like Matthews will get an extended run as the League One side’s starting ‘keeper.

The 23 year old from Gorleston spent last season on loan at Hamilton Academical, where he made 17 league starts. He has had numerous loan spells in the lower tiers of English football with the likes of Burton Albion and Doncaster Rovers. He is yet to make an appearance for Norwich City.

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