SWINDON Town manager David Flitcroft says the club’s supporters deserve their share of the credit for the superb 3-0 win at Luton Town that saw them bounce back to form in League Two on Saturday.

Flitcroft conceded that home defeats to Crawley Town and Barnet over the previous fortnight had been a bitter pill to swallow, with the manager yet to taste victory at the County Ground.

Despite those disappointments, more than 800 Town fans made the trip to Kenilworth Road and were rewarded with watching another brilliant performance on the road from their side as they swept aside the Hatters in stunning fashion.

Having only taken over at the club in the summer, Flitcroft is still trying to implement his ideas on a new-look squad, with one of his top priorities to provide entertainment for supporters.

“Home or away, we want to do well,” said Flitcroft.

“The fans were outstanding on Saturday. The two home games left me low in some personal places when I am on my own and these fans have lifted me again and lifted the whole effort so I can’t thank them enough for their effort in getting to Luton.

“I have not been in the job 100 days yet and I think that some people know what I want and it’s crystal clear and some people don’t yet, but the first 100 days in any job in any industry are the most important to try to set a culture.

“It’s coming, but it’s going to keep taking time and keep taking effort and keep taking work but the miles these boys have put in to produce that result is phenomenal and we will keep working towards that to give these fans some success that they deserve.”

Flitcroft says a good support network inside and outside of football helped him find a response to those tough results at home, with the Town chief vowing to leave no stone unturned in the search for success.

“I have got good family, I have got good people in football, I have got a network of people around me that I have had for 10 years, and Ben (Futcher, assistant manager) is brilliant,” said Flitcroft.

“You go to bed at night aching to get better and that’s me learning. I am not the finished article, I don’t think any coach or manager is, but I have got an insatiable appetite to work as hard as any coach to put Swindon back on the map.

“That’s what I can guarantee we will be doing and I have looked only at myself and what I can do differently at home and when we get it right, it will stay right.

“We have got a way of playing and an identity away from home that the players understand and at home I am trying to find a balance and I will find that balance.”