SWINDON Town remain in discussions with defender Troy Archibald-Henville regarding the defender’s future, with no deal agreed yet.

The big centre-half’s initial two-year contract with the Robins came to an end following the 2013/14 campaign and, after being blighted by knee injuries during much of his stay at the Country Ground, Archibald-Henville’s return to fitness and a string of stellar displays in the final weeks of the season was enough for him to be offered a new contract.

That reduced-terms deal remains on the table but no agreement has been reached between the two parties at this stage.

After joining from Exeter in the summer of 2012 for an initial £200,000 fee, decided by a tribunal, Archibald-Henville has played 23 times for Town and also enjoyed an impressive four-game loan spell with Carlisle at the start of last season.

As well as Archibald-Henville, the County Ground club are also thought to have offered new deals to Jack Barthram, Raphael Rossi Branco and Connor Waldon but there is yet to be an announcement regarding whether these offers have been accepted.

Town released 10 players at the end of last season with the most high profile being Jay McEveley and Dany N’Guessan.