The forward has already found the net twice for his parent club this term in a Capital One Cup outing against Gillingham at St. Andrews and says that he is delighted to have linked up with Swindon.
“Just goals,” he replied when asked what he hoped to bring to Mark Cooper’s squad. “I’m quick and make good runs in behind but, ultimately, I’m hoping to get as many goals as possible. I felt good in that game (against Gillingham), scored two goals so I’m feeling good and ready to go.
“I’m delighted (to have signed). Hopefully I can get that football underneath my belt and score some goals. I’ve been told they (Swindon) play good football, get it down and play so hopefully I can get involved,” he said. “One of my main attributes (is) getting in behind with my pace but I can also come to feet and get the ball.”