SWINDON Town goalkeeper Lawrence Vigouroux says his side have not left themselves an impossible task to achieve League One safety.

Despite salvaging a point late on against Milton Keynes Dons at the weekend, wins for Shrewsbury Town and Oldham Athletic still have Luke Williams’ side three points adrift of the dotted line.

However, three games without defeat, equalling Town’s longest unbeaten run of the season, has left room for optimism from Vigouroux, who has set a target of at least six points from the final four games.

“Nothing is impossible in football,” said the Swindon stopper, who admits to not checking Soccer Saturday for the other League One results after a game.

“You only need to look at last season with Leicester and they did it the year before – they had to win seven of the last 10 to stay up and they did it.

“We have got the right group of players here and we’re learning the right way.

“We’ve got to worry about ourselves, that’s the most important thing. We can’t worry about what Oldham or Shrewsbury have done, we’ve just got to do what we have got to do.

“I think we have got to win two or three of the last four, if we do that, then I think we’ll be alright.”

Vigouroux has been called on time after time this season to bail Town out at the back with his heroics in goal but admits he does not feel the pressure on his young shoulders.

“I just try and keep my feet on the ground, never too up, never too down,” he added.

“Last season, I used to take it very personally, results, which I still do now, but I think it would affect me during other games last year.

“Saturday has gone and next Friday is all I care about now.

“The type of character I am, I’m quite happy and loud, so I try and give the players as much confidence as I can before a game.

“I’m only 23, so I’m quite young as a goalkeeper but I feel like I’m one of the most experienced ones in the dressing room so I have got to help them as much as I can. Hopefully, what we say, the players take on board and we’ll go out on Friday and win.”