SWINDON Town does not expect any more off-field problems after resolving its dispute with administrator Quantuma.

The firm was pursuing STFC in the High Court following the demise of legal company St John Law, which represented STFC in chairman Lee Power’s ownership battle with businessman Jed McCrory.

It was alleged that a debt of £54,000 was owed to the firm.

Sangita Shah, club director, said today: “It is definitely over now and we can look forward to next season with no further courtroom battles.”

Proceedings were previously held at the London court with more expected to take place before a resolution was reached.

No details of the agreement between the club and the administrator have been revealed.

Sangita said: “We are pleased that this is now over and we can fully focus on preparing for the new season.”

Fans of the Robins have welcomed the news, including Steve Mytton, Swindon Town Supporters’ Trust chairman.

He said: “We are all just feeling really relieved that this has happened and we can fully concentrate on matters on the pitch now.

“Over the last few years our history has included a lot of off-the-field problems so it will be nice to go forward without them.”

Despite Town suffering a humbling 4-0 defeat to Preston North End in the League One play-off final at Wembley last month and the post-season exits of some star players, Steve thinks Town’s fans should be optimistic about the future.

“We are going to have to wait and see how things go as we’ve got players going. But I have every confidence in Lee Power," said Steve.

“He’s helped us bring in good players and form a quality squad before and I believe he can do so once again.

“As supporters we all just want to see the team get promoted to the Championship.”

The trust is looking forward to welcoming fans old and new to the County Ground for the 2015-16 season.

The Adver approached Quantuma but no one was available for comment.

For more information about the trust visit www.truststfc.com