SWINDON Town goalkeeper Reice Charles-Cook says it is out of his hands whether he will remain in between the sticks for Saturday’s trip to Port Vale.

Charles-Cook has come into the side after Town’s first choice stopper Lawrence Vigouorux was given a four-game ban when he was sent off after Swindon’s 2-1 defeat to Coventry City at the Energy Check County Ground.

During that time, Swindon have won two games and lost two, however, the 23-year-old has proved he is more than competent as Town’s last line of defence.

In his four outings, Charles-Cook has conceded four goals and saved a penalty in the club’s 2-1 defeat to Cheltenham Town.

While some would be happy with the former Coventry man lining up at Vale Park this weekend, the 23-year-old is fully aware the decision falls with manager David Flitcroft as Vigouroux is now available for selection.

“Vigs has been away and obviously Saturday was my last game. It’s the gaffer’s decision but I think I have done okay in the four games and I have not let the boys down,” he said.

“If Vigs goes back in, the standard shouldn’t drop. I think we have got two of the best goalies in the league and Will as well. I think that position is sorted. The gaffer knows he can trust us all, so to have that as a manager must be pleasing.

“The gaffer is an honest man and whatever he chooses I am sure will be the right decision. Whoever he chooses, he knows he will be comfortable.”

Saturday’s 1-0 win over Wycombe Wanderers was a first clean sheet for Charles-Cook for Swindon and after some disappointing team displays over the past four games, he thinks it’s time the club string a run of results together.

“To lose 1-0 to Lincoln was very demoralising but I think our bounce-back-ability is brilliant,” he added.

“What I have noticed coming into this group is that nobody moans, we just get the job done. It’s a case of ‘we go again on Saturday’ all the time.

“We have just got to get that form where it’s win, win, win, win. We know we can do it and with the games we have coming up, I’m sure we can do it.”