AFTER starting his first league game since returning from an injury lay-off on Tuesday, frontman Andy Williams says that he is working hard to regain full match sharpness ahead of Town’s trip to Walsall on Saturday.
Speaking after Tuesday’s goal-less draw against Sheffield United, Williams explained his current situation.
“Personally a little bit disappointed (with Tuesday’s performance). I feel a little bit short of match fitness and I’m not where I was possibly when I got injured but I’ve got a lot to work on. I’m working hard to get back to where I was and to just try and get over little niggles that come when you’ve been out for a little while.
“I’ll always give my best and work 100% and just hope the quality will start to come with it when I get fitter.”
Swindon travel to the Midlands on Saturday afternoon when they face Walsall and Williams believes that if Town can cope with the Saddlers' inevitable reaction after defeat on Tuesday night, they can register all three points.
He continued:“It’s tough to go to any place in this league but I’ve been there before and won on a few occasions so hopefully Saturday won’t be any different. I think they might have had a bad result tonight so they’ll be on a bit of a downer but that’s not necessarily a good thing: they’ll always be looking to get a reaction so it will be a tough game but definitely a winnable match for us.”