Plymouth Argyle striker Luke Jephcott has been rewarded for a prolific January with the League Two Player of the Month award.
The 20-year-old spent the first part of the campaign on loan with non-league Truro City and returned to Home Park in fine form, scoring five times in four games to help the Pilgrims' promotion push.
Collecting the award, Jephcott said: "I am going to use this as a stepping stone to really kick on in the second half of the season, hopefully get a couple more goals, and ultimately get promotion."
"It is always nice to receive a Manager of the Month award; it shows the good work you are doing. A lot of credit goes to my staff and my players, first and foremost," Lowe said.
"I said that, when I came down here, I would make this a group and a family club. We certainly have that now. All the staff behind the scenes are helping us achieve success on the pitch."
Next up for Plymouth is a trip to fellow promotion contenders Colchester United tomorrow afternoon.body check tags ::