ALAN McCormack is not reading too much into Swindon Town’s recent league woes as he joins a phalanx of ex-County Ground players preparing to meet their former club tomorrow.

The former Town captain, 33, spent two years at the County Ground making 92 appearances, helping the club to the League Two title under manager Paolo Di Canio in 2011-12, in which he was named Town’s Player of the Year.

After missing out on promotion to the Championship a year later, the combative midfielder opted to sign for Brentford, but insists he only has positive memories from his stay in Wiltshire.

McCormack isn’t the only former Swindon player at Luton - the Hatters’ boss Nathan Jones also has Alan Sheehan, Scott Cuthbert and striker James Collins at his disposal - but the former Republic of Ireland U19 international believes this weekend will be one of the tougher games his current side will play this season.

“We’ve got a few here who I have played with and against over the years, it’s good that everyone is in the same team now because I’ve had a few battles with all of them,” he added.

“I’ve watched Swindon a few times over the years, they’ve had a couple of not great results over the last few games but they’re a very good side.

“They’re a dangerous side and I am sure like any team who get beaten, they will want to get rid of that defeat and give the fans a good performance.

“We know they are going to come, play fighting football and be hard to beat, but we are going to have to break them down.”

He added: “My time there was quality, I have a lot of great memories from the two seasons that I was there.

“Winning League Two and then having a very good season in League One, where we just missed out on promotion.

“It was a disappointing end to the season but a good season nonetheless.

“I met a lot of great friends up there, you look back on those times and realise they made you a better player and person.”

Having only come up against Swindon twice since leaving the club in 2013, the title-winning skipper is hoping for a respectful reception from the Town fans.

“I’m not sure what reception I will get because it has been a while, a player can only hope for a respectful one,” he added.

“I’d like to think I gave everything I had whilst playing in the Swindon Town shirt up until my last game so I am happy with that.

“Every player moves on at some stage in their career but they always remember the clubs they played for, I have great memories and they a very good bunch of fans.”