Argyle boss Peter Reid marvels at Plymouth support

Peter Reid
Peter Reid is hoping Argyle's off-field problems will soon be behind them

Plymouth Argyle manager Peter Reid has praised the 1,000 supporters who made the trip to Shrewsbury.

They were given a reward late on as skipper Carl Fletcher's last-gasp equaliser sent them into raptures.

"That support we had was outstanding," Reid told BBC Radio Devon after his side drew 1-1 at the Greenhous Meadow.

"There were wild scenes out there, you'd have thought it was the end of the season not the beginning - but that just sums up our support," he added.

And Reid feels that the club, who are still in administration following relegation from League One, will have nowhere near the same problems this season.

"I don't envisage this season having the problems we had last season in terms of off-the-field," he said.

"The fans have gone home happy, the players are happy, now we've got to take that on to Tuesday," he added ahead of Argyle's Carling Cup tie at home to Millwall.