Yesterday League Two clubs voted to end the season early with the league being decided on a weighted points-per-game system. 

In this system, Swindon Town will be placed first and will be crowned champions. 

But promotion to League One is yet to be confirmed with clubs in the third tier of English football yet to decide their fate. 

That hasn't stopped fans, and some players, celebrating the title win however. 

On Twitter, midfielder Anthony Grant and defenders Ellis Iandolo and Tom Broadbent all posted messages with trophy and medal emojis. 

Star striker Eoin Doyle even tweeted his own trophy emoji, while paying tribute to fellow teammate Paul Caddis who has now won two League Two titles with Town. 

But Doyle's wife shared an insight into her husband's title celebrations. 

Even former striker Billy Paynter got in on the act, sharing a picture of a glass of wine dedicated to Town and boss Richie Wellens. 

Rob Angus, vice-chairman of the STFC Trust added that the title win was deserved and hopefully promotion will follow. 

He told the Adver: “Ideally we would get to see the season finished and hopefully Swindon secure promotion and win the title in front of the fans but we know that’s unlikely to be possible given the current position. 

“It sounds sensible to do what the leagues have put forward today. It gives them certainty for players and teams who can start planning for next season. 

“Obviously for Swindon it means a deserved promotion and finishing in first place if it is approved.

“If it’s a points-per-games finish to the season, I think it means that Swindon will finish first and hopefully that will mean that Swindon would be effective champions, albeit in a reduced season. 

“The main thing really is promotion and Swindon playing at at least a level that the team should be playing at and hopefully there’s enough certainty in the club to plan for whenever next season starts.

“And to keep the squad together and Richie Wellens at the team. I do think, under Wellens, the current squad of players is in a much stronger position than we have been in a number of years.”

And Town fans were celebrating on Facebook with Rob Grey saying: "Brilliant news, long waited and fully deserved too.

"Great way to start the weekend and I’m sure there will be plenty of beers in celebration across the town over the weekend."

And Nick Truman added: "The mighty reds are rightly going up."