Speaking at Thursday afternoon's press-call, Ferry warned that the visit of MK Dons will provide Swindon's sternest test of the league season so far.
"I thought everyone played really well to beat Crawley 3-0," he said. "We created a lot of chances and I thought everyone through the whole team was brilliant that’s what we need to do for the whole season. It’s not going to be about individual players it’s going to be about the squad and not just about the eleven players on the pitch. There’s going to be 20 in the squad that are going to need to play their part."
"They (MK Dons) have been in the playoffs the last three seasons. They’ve got a lot of good players and they play some really good football so it will probably be the biggest test so far this season but we beat Brighton here 3-0 so that was a big test and we came through that."
After playing his part in seeing the Town past the milestone of going a whole year unbeaten at The County Ground, the midfielder spoke about the good run of form at SN1.
"To go a year at any level unbeaten at home is a fantastic record for anyone and we’ve played some good teams here over that year. In cups and the league we’ve done really well so hopefully we can continue that for the rest of the season. When you’ve beaten teams like Wigan and Brighton you go into every home game confident. We know if we work as hard as we can with our ability and if we play at home we’re a match for anybody."