MILES Storey says that he must keep working hard after making his third appearance of the season at Crewe on Tuesday night.
Speaking to the official website, Storey was delighted to have played a part but insists that Saturday’s trip to Stevenage would not be any easier for Swindon.
“I really enjoyed it,” he said. “Just to get a chance to have a run about and show what I can do. Obviously I’ve had to wait my turn but hopefully the gaffer thought I did well and a couple of lads said I did well so I’ve just got to carry on and try and improve.
“We battered them second half they didn’t really get out of their own half. We should have scored five or six goals but it was just one of those days where it just wouldn’t fall in the net for us.
“Stevenage will be a tough game because they’re very physical and obviously they’re flying at the minute in the league and it will be a tough game but it’s one that we can win.”
A product of Town’s youth academy, Storey praised the youth system after four of Town’s seven substitutes at Crewe were graduates from the youth ranks.
“We’ve got a good youth setup here that’s produced quite a few players,” he said. “Look at Nathan (Thompson) now he’s come through and he’s doing well and there are loads of other players that have gone on to other clubs.
“I have been speaking to Aaron (Oakley) and he’s obviously enjoying the experience of training with us and travelling with us. He always asks us what we’re doing and he feels comfortable to come and ask me what we’re doing in the first team so they must enjoy it.”