Rohan Ince was pleased to have impressed on his home debut for Town but has declared that there is a lot more to come from him in the coming weeks.
The midfielder, who is on loan at SN1 from Brighton & Hove Albion until the end of the season, produced a powerful and dominant display during the 0-0 draw with Oldham Athletic on Saturday.
Ince was crowned the Man of the Match and his display earned rave reviews on social media in the wake of the game, and he’s now keen to build on that cameo in the coming weeks.
“I thought I had a pretty solid game but I know I can play better than I did,” he told swindontownfc.co.uk exclusively.
“I had a Court Case last week and I didn’t train very much so I felt a bit slow to start with, but I did as well as I could and I was happy that I picked up the Man of the Match Award and impressed the fans.
“That is important and it was my home debut so to impress the fans achieved a goal for me but, ultimately, it would have been great to get the win as well.
“I’m going to strive to help the team get the win in the next game.
“I remember thinking in the game that we could have easily been three or four goals up at half-time and I watched it back on Sunday and you could see that we had some very good chances.
“It was unfortunate not to get a goal and a deserved and much-needed win.
“I’m sure we’re going to take that good performance into the next couple of games and hopefully we can get the results we need.
“We have to keep a cool head and we can’t be too frantic or try and change the way we play – we all know what we need to do.
“We need to work really hard for each other and show passion and desire – that is going to be really important.”
Ince also revealed that he has enjoyed his first few weeks with the club and is loving life under Head Coach Luke Williams.
“I’ve been amongst the lads for a few weeks now and they are a really good bunch – I feel really welcome,” he added.
“I’ve fitted in very quickly.
“It is great working with Luke and he’s a really down to earth coach. He’s got a lot of respect from every player and it is great to work with him again.”