Swindon Town boss Richie Wellens has joked he would sign a 10-year deal with the club if the chairman offered it to him - for double his current wage.

He had just witnessed his team lift the League Two trophy after an abrupt end to the League Two season which saw Swindon win the title on a points-per-game system.

The former Oldham Athletic boss has recently signed a three-year contract which he intends to see out. 

He said: "I signed a three-year deal. So at the moment, I can see myself being here for the next three years.

"If the chairman wants to offer me a 10-year deal with double the money I’m on now then I’ll probably sign it."

But Wellens admitted looking that far isn't on his mind right now after his team lifted the League Two trophy. 

He added: "It’s a question that you don’t really think about at the moment.

"You’ve won promotion, I left it really late to sign a new deal because I never wanted the attention to be on me, I wanted it to be on the player and the supporters and for the club to gain three points every weekend.

"I’ll always work that way. The main point now is getting players in that compete and doing well in League One."