Foderingham looks ahead to 2012/13
TOWN goalkeeper Wes Foderingham believes Town can build on their title-winning success of last season and 'achieve something special' during the forthcoming League One campaign.
The 21-year old is about to embark on his first full season as a Swindon player and says that confidence is high among the players and management.
He said: "I think this season we can do something special. I think we have the capability to go up again. The manager believes it and the whole team believes it - we're going into this season believing we can do really well and that we're not just here for the ride. I want to play my part this season and I want to improve this season even more."
Speaking to STFC player after Town's 4-0 win at Forest Green Rovers, Foderingham assessed the pre-season period so far before looking ahead to the remaining fixtures.
"I think we're getting into our stride now," he said. "The training has come down a notch so our legs are recovering better now! We're feeling better for it and you can see the improvements being made.
"It's been a lot harder (than last season) to be honest. At the start we did a lot of hard running, fitness-based stuff. Now we've gone into goalkeeping drills it's a bit more goalkeeper specific so we're enjoying it and getting fit.
"We've got a couple more local games which will be good for the boys to get a run out and get more minutes under their belts and then Crystal Palace which will be a good test for us so hopefully we can put in a good performance against them."