Speaking to STFC PlayerHD, the youngster admits that it was the right time to move on from previous club, Glentoran.
“It feels great to be here,” he said. “I looked out there, the pitch is quality and it’s a lovely ground so I’m definitely excited to get started.
“I’d like to wish Glentoran all the best but it’s time for me to move on and I’m happy to be at Swindon now. I can’t wait to get out there, start training, force my way into the team and take it from there.”
Stewart’s spectacular, long-range effort against Crusaders earlier this month shot him to prominence on the internet and on social media.
“There’s quite a few that went over the bar that aren’t on YouTube!” he smiled. “Hopefully I’ll get a couple more (goals) for Swindon.”
“I’m a very attacking player,” he continued. “I like to be on the ball a lot and make things happen. I wouldn’t say I lack confidence.”
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