single option leads to wrong behavior of \acp if the acronym is only used once

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The \acp macro doesn't create the plural form of the acronym if the acronym is only used once, the plural isn't set up using long-plural-form, and the single option is given as package option. The below code reproduces the misbehavior.

\documentclass[]{article}

\usepackage[single]{acro}
\DeclareAcronym{HMM}{%
short=HMM,
long=Hidden-Markov-Modell
}
\DeclareAcronym{HMM2}{%
short=HMM,
long=Hidden-Markov-Modell,
long-plural-form=Hidden-Markov-Modells
}
\DeclareAcronym{PCA}{%
short=PCA,
long=Principle-Component-Analysis
}

\begin{document}
\noindent%
\acp{HMM} -- \emph{the plural form is not used}\\
\acp{HMM2} -- \emph{the plural form is used}\\
\acp{PCA} -- \emph{the plural form is used}\\
\ac{PCA}
\end{document}