LAWRENCE Vigouroux was in the stands to watch Swindon Town’s dramatic 2-2 draw at Doncaster Rovers last night and it appears he will be returning to the County Ground to complete a dramatic 24-hour U-turn by the club.

Jonathan Obika was the hero again at the Keepmoat, equalising late on after Town had surrendered a lead given to them by Nicky Ajose.

Keshi Anderson and a penalty from former Town man Andy Williams looked to have won the game for Rovers, before Obika got up to head in a corner as the game ticked into added time.

However, the story was always going to be status of Vigouroux, especially after Town chairman Lee Power announced on BBC Wiltshire before kick-off that he was open to the keeper returning from Liverpool, having been expelled from the Town squad on Monday.

Speaking post-match, Town boss Mark Cooper confirmed Vigouroux will return to the fold after apologising to him and the side.

“Lawrence is going to come back,” the County Ground chief told the local media.

“He is very humble and very apologetic, he knows the way he behaved was wrong.

“He has just been in the changing room and apologised to the rest of the boys. I asked them the question whether they want him back and to a man they all said yes.

“One thing about Lawrence is that he’s an exceptional young goalkeeper and it is important that he learns from this little mishap.

“(Vigouroux did pay his £50 fine in pennies) and I thought it was a brilliant bit of banter, but in the context it was the wrong way to go about it.”

On the game itself, Cooper thought his team were hard done by and was less than impressed with some of referee Ben Toner’s decisions, especially in regards to Donny’s goals.

“We’re winning 1-0 and we’re pretty comfortable and Drissa Traore goes down with a head injury and the referee plays on,” he said on the build-up to Anderson’s equaliser.

“We should be getting the trainer on and instead we concede a goal straight from it.

“The second goal is not a penalty, it’s outside the box.

“So two poor decisions from the referee have let Doncaster back in it.

“Jon’s only trained for one day, but he came off the bench, which was always planned, and got a goal.

“It’s important because we didn’t deserve to lose the game, for certain.”