ANTHONY McNamee is ready to start dancing to the reggae beat after revealing dreams of international football - for his parents' homeland of Jamaica.

The Town winger will be part of a Swindon side determined to end a run of three straight defeats at League One new boys MK Dons today (3pm), but it is not just opposing defences McNamee is hoping to dazzle.

While the former Watford man admits he "is not quite sure" how he goes about letting Jamaican football chiefs know he is eligible for the Reggae Boyz', he knows consistent displays in Wiltshire are essential to reach the world stage.

He said: "I would love to one day play for Jamaica. My parents are both Jamaican and it would be a really proud moment if it ever was to happen.

"International football is the highest level in football and it would be an unbelievable experience to get some of that myself.

"It is club before country though but I know the only way an international team would want me is if I play well for Swindon on a consistent basis."

McNamee has often found himself a double-marked man at the start of this campaign, but he insists Town have the talent to exploit the resulting gaps.

"I have to deal with it," he said. "If teams put an extra man on me then we will have a man over somewhere on the pitch and the players we have will take advantage of that.

"We are all looking forward to going to MK Dons and putting the last two results right."

Former Eastleigh winger Mark Marshall has emerged as a contender for McNamee's Entertainer' crown, but the latter insists both could fit in the same side.

"There will be the obvious comparisons between me and Mark," he said. "We both like to entertain and I don't see why we could not play in the same team.

"It could be quite exciting."