ALL SWINDON Town players are making correct decisions at key moments according to manager Richie Wellens, who was thrilled by his side’s three goal win at Grimsby on Saturday.

On loan strikers Eoin Doyle and Jerry Yates scored Swindon’s three goals as the Mariners’ winless streak stretched into its 10th week.

Swindon’s sixth successive League Two win ensured Wellens’ side remain top of the division, with 39 points secured from the club’s opening 20 games.

But it also provided the club with their first win over Grimsby since October 2006, having lost four of their last five meetings against the Blundell Park outfit.

Doyle and Yates rode their luck in the first half as a goalkeeping blunder and a deflection helped Swindon establish a two-goal half time lead.

But there is no getting away from the visitors’ superior stats, which them almost double Grimsby’s total shot count.

Wellens said: “I can’t even remember what happened for the first goal, I think it was a goalkeeping error and the second came from a deflection.

“We got lucky with the first two. We didn’t take our chances from our best moves and best opportunities.

“We turned in on in the second half and looked a real threat – the last 20 minutes was just about seeing the game out.

“There were good decisions made all over the pitch by everyone, starting with Steven (Benda) and moving through to the lads up front.

“Be it a simple pass or driving into an area to make a run, everyone made great decisions.”

Wellens also revealed the stadium’s rather toxic atmosphere contributed to Grimsby’s downfall.

After being booed off at the end of the first half, Anthony Limbrick’s two half time changes did little to inspire a turnaround in the hosts’ fortunes.

Wellens added: “Grimsby isn’t an easy place to come, it’s really cold and they got booed off at half time – there wasn’t much of an atmosphere.

“We can use that to our advantage, but it is difficult place to come. Grimsby will start picking up results, they started the season well but have suffered a few defeats since.

“I’m really happy with the result.”