More to come from Swindon - Smith
SWINDON might have made a strong start to the EPL season but forward Sam Smith has promised there is more to come from the Link Centre side.
After the opening four weekends Wildcats are placed fourth in the league and cup tables, giving fans hope that silverware is a possibility in 2013/14.
And former Coventry man Smith has talked up Swindon’s prospects this campaign by insisting that his team have not hit the heights of which they are capable.
“We haven’t played very well but I think it’s encouraging that we haven’t played as well as we could and have still been getting results,” he said.
“I think there’s a lot more to come from this team.
“Guys are getting settled in and getting used to everything around here, having come in from different leagues.
“We’ve seen pretty much everyone in the league now and we can compete with anyone.
“It’s not going to happen overnight.
“We haven’t had the first month of the season yet and guys are still getting into proper game shape and are not still quite there. Eventually it’s going to click.”
The EPL-Cup represents arguably Wildcats’ best opportunity for success this season and head coach Ryan Aldridge says he is more than happy with how the cup table looks at present.
“It’s something we set as a goal this year that we wanted to get to the semis,” said Aldridge.
“It’s something we’re focused on and want to achieve and it’s so far so good. We just want to carry on now.”
Meanwhile, Swindon NIHL Wildcats host Chelmsford at the Link Centre on Sunday (7.30pm).
Lewis Nell’s side will be hoping to keep their 100 per cent winning record going in South Division Two having won two out of two so far this season.
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