Michael Flynn waved away suggestions that Swindon Town keep making the same defensive mistakes following their 2-2 draw with Morecambe.

Town were again forced to settle for a point on the road in a match Flynn described as “two points dropped” as Morecambe came from behind on two occasions to ensure the game ended all square.

Flynn refuted that it was the same issues that came up again and hampered Swindon’s pursuit of a second away win of the season and that they had been able to fix problem areas from earlier in the season.

He said: “No there haven’t been any consistent errors. If it was the same player making the same mistakes, then I am sure you would keep bringing it up.

“I thought today we didn’t leave the middle of the pitch wide open, a lot of their play came from out wide today, in terms of their attacking threat.

“We just need to do a little bit better to stop crosses and the two goals we conceded do need looking at.

“I will need to look back on it [the game] and go through analyse where we went wrong, and we will try and improve.”

Prior to the match the Town manager predicted that this would be a tough encounter and believed that the Shrimps lived up to his pre-match expectations.

Flynn said: “They were a 4141 it looked like to start with and they make it tough for you.

“They have fit players, strong runners, try and hit you on the counter, and they have some really good players.

“When you put all of that together, and I am sure they have a togetherness, then that gives you the basis of a good start.

“This is a tough place to come, and I am disappointed, but we have come away with a point away from home.”