SIMON Ferry says that Town need to put Tuesday’s result behind them ahead of their visit to Notts County at the weekend.
Speaking to the official website at Thursday lunchtime, the Scotsman believes that their efforts in front of goal have cost them at times this season.
“We need to put it behind us,” he said. “It wasn’t a great performance or a great result but it’s up to us to go and make up for it against Notts County now.
“I think we probably need to work on scoring early. Obviously teams have come to The County Ground, gone one up front and made it hard and I think when we get chances in the first half we need to take them. Otherwise it gets to 60 minutes, they get a set piece and put it in or they get one chance and end up scoring. We need to do better in the final third.”
With Town boasting an impressive recent away record, Ferry believes that Swindon can add to it at Meadow Lane on Saturday.
“I don’t think their home record is that great so it’s a good chance for us,” he said. “We’ve been good away from home as well so it’s a good chance for us to go and get three points. I’ve played there before and we got beat in the last minute. Lee Hughes scored and I think I was on the bench. I can’t remember much about it but I remember getting beat so not very good memories.
“We go into every game with the same attitude. We want to win - it doesn’t matter what game is next, we just take it game-by-game. Obviously when you’ve got a game you don’t think about whether you’re winning, you’re just concentrating on that game and you want to win it.”