GOALKEEPER Stuart Moore is eager to push on and play his part in the business end of Swindon Town’s season as the Reds look to bounce back at Cambridge this weekend.
The goalkeeper, who made 18 appearances for Barrow earlier this season before linking up at the Energy Check County Ground, was handed his full debut for the Reds against Cheltenham.
“I had to wait for my chance and have been pushing Reice in training and was delighted to get my first start, but of course a disappointed with the result,” he told swindontownfc.co.uk.
“I had a few saves to make in the second half but we take the defeat as a team and we have to build now and push on. I have been playing senior football since a young age and have had plenty experience of the physical side of the game and had a bit of that to contend with against Cheltenham. I’ve been getting smashed here there and everywhere so I am more than used to it.”
With Saturday’s encounter and his Town debut behind him, Moore is looking to eager to add to his experience in a Swindon shirt.
“I have been made to feel very welcome since coming here. The fans were brilliant on Saturday to be honest and have made a big difference, so hopefully we can give them what they deserve over the remainder of the season.
“There are ten games to go and we know there are no easy fixtures in this league. We have to win as many as we can and keep pushing forward.
“Saturday is done and out of our system, so we want to have a solid week’s training and make sure all the focus is on getting a result at Cambridge.”