Sol Pryce is ready to seize his chance with both hands after putting pen to paper on his first pro deal last week.
The young striker was handed a one-year deal after impressing for the club's Academy, and he's now set his sights on making an impact for the first-team.
"I was very happy," he told swindontownfc.co.uk.
"I was thankful to Alan McLoughlin and all the staff for giving me the chance to come and showcase my talent.
"I'm looking to break into the first-team next season and go from there.
"I'm looking forward to hopefully getting the chance Joe and Jordan did last season and I'm sure that will come.
"The Gaffer gives youth a chance and that drives me to go on and get my debut and then try to keep the shirt.
"The hard work doesn't stop. Everybody knows what they need to do in order to come back and be ready to push for promotion. We all know that and I feel that next season is going to be our season."
"The hard work doesn't stop. Everybody knows what they need to do in order to come back and be ready to push for promotion.
"We all know that and I feel that next season is going to be our season."
And Pryce went on to reveal the areas of his game that he wants to work on during the course of the summer and then throughout pre-season.
"I need to work on my finishing because I want to score more goals," he added.
"My overall game needs to get better too and I want to be scoring goals for Swindon.
"It will be good to learn from someone like Marc Richards because he's a good role model, he always works hard and I'll be taking everything I can from him in order to improve my game."