Defender Ryan Law has joined Yeovil Town on loan from League One promotion chasers Plymouth Argyle for the reason of the season.

The 23-year, who made 24 appearances in League Two for Gillingham earlier this season, can play anywhere across the left side of defence and offers competition to recognised left-back Jamie Reckord.

He graduated from the academy at Home Park and was given his Pilgrims’ debut in November 2018 before departing on loan to Gloucester City and has subsequently had spells at Truro City and Torquay United.

Speaking to having arrived this week, he said: “It feels great to be here. I’m really excited to join for the rest of the season – I’m ready to get going now.

“My first day was good. All the boys have been class, the standard out there was good, it was just freezing.”

Plymouth first team coach and Head of Player Development Kevin Nancekivell said: “We’re really pleased that Ryan has joined Yeovil. They were really keen for Ryan to go there and play. It is an ideal place for him to get some minutes and to continue his development.

With no match this weekend, the Devon-born defender’s first opportunity will come against National League leaders Notts County at Huish Park next Saturday.

Welcome to Somerset, Ryan!

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