STRIKER Kaiyne Woolery believes the hard yards on the training ground are the reason behind Swindon Town’s recent results.

Following their 4-2 win at Bristol Rovers in the Checkatrade Trophy on Wednesday night, David Flitcroft’s troops are now unbeaten in five games across all competitions.

Woolery, who scored his second goal for the club in that win at the Memorial Ground, thinks the club’s early inconsistency was due to the large overhaul over the summer.

Flitcroft’s recruitment drive saw a total of 17 players arrive at the Energy Check County Ground and the 22-year-old says it was only a matter of time before everything fell into place.

“I think it took us a while to get to know each other,” he said. “Everyone was new, the gaffer built the squad from scratch.

“It took a while but his coaching on the training ground is paying off now and everyone seems to know what each other’s job is, and everyone is getting to know each other and what they are good at.

“There is good togetherness. You can see it off the pitch as well as on it, we do a lot together. It is coming together well.”

After announcing himself to his new supporters with a debut goal against Exeter City in August, Woolery has found himself being played in a number of positions as well as being in and out of the first XI.

However, the former Forest Green Rovers loanee is fully aware there is plenty of competition for places, especially within Town’s attack.

Luke Norris and Paul Mullin lead the scoring charts for Town with seven and five goals respectively, while Millwall loanee Harry Smith has notched three times.

Although Woolery acknowledges competition is fierce among the frontline, he believes every player will have a part to play over the course of the season.

“If you are not in the starting line-up you are still paying attention to people that are in the starting line-up, so when you do get your chance, you know what you are doing,” he added. “It is very important because if someone gets injured, you have got to slot into that position. In this team, we have got a lot of people who can do that.

“We have got a big squad but everyone is always ready to play and the gaffer makes sure of that, so credit to him.”