Dan Kemp is aiming to play an important role in Town's season after becoming the second summer arrival at the County Ground.
The versatile midfielder has joined Swindon on a season-long loan deal from fellow League Two side MK Dons.
He netted nine goals in 16 appearances for his previous loan side Hartlepool United last term in the fourth tier, including a hat-trick away to Grimsby Town back in April.
Now Kemp is excited to work with a manager who has a lot of belief in him and aims to be a key player for 23/24 in Town's Michael Flynn.
He said: “I'm delighted to be here. The many times I've played against this team, they play with a fantastic philosophy, the manager is a massive factor in me joining the club.
“It's just so important to be somewhere that you wanted and I felt that from minute one from speaking to the manager.
“We had a good chat about how he's played against me over the years. He said they wanted to sign me before, but it didn't materialise like that.
“I've always come up against Swindon and thought they're a really good club and a really good side.
“So there are loads of different factors, but the main one being just really promising chats with the manager and I just feel like this is the right move for this stage of my career."
Kemp has joined the club looking to achieve success this season and is confident of Swindon Town's chances of pushing for promotion, with the 24-year-old keen to play a key part.
He said: “As a collective, I think we've got to be really ambitious and push promotion.
“The quality that I've seen from this morning and playing against Swindon over the last few years, they're a massively ambitious club and I know the fans are as well.
“So (push for) promotion, but also individually just to come in, make up and be a massive player for this team.
“As I said, score and create goals. I've got a target in my head, but I won't share that publicly!
“I'll look to be a big player for this group. Be someone that the team can rely on in big moments and just hopefully, bring my quality but also give everything for the shirt and the manager."