SWINDON Town goalkeeper Lawrence Vigouroux has taken to Twitter to apologise for his behaviour after being handed a four-game suspension.

The 23-year-old was given the ban by the FA after being shown a red card after Town’s 2-1 defeat at home to Coventry City last week.

His punishment means he will be unavailable for selection against Cheltenham Town, Mansfield Town, Lincoln City and Wycombe Wanderers.

“I'd like to apologise to my teammates, the staff, the officials and of course our fans for my behaviour against Coventry,” he said.

“I was angry and frustrated at some of the decisions during the game and reacted in totally the wrong way which is unacceptable.

“I'll learn not to react in a way that is disrespectful. But I won't apologise for showing passion and wanting to win games.”

Manager David Flitcroft branded Vigouroux’s actions as ‘unacceptable’ and that the player disciplined internally.

Transfer deadline day signing Reice Charles-Cook is set to make his full debut for Swindon tomorrow at Cheltenham Town due to Vigouroux’s ban, while Will Henry, who has been on loan at Dunstable Town this term, is expected to be on the bench.