A UNITED performance against Forest Green Rovers is the only way Swindon Town will be able to turn around their miserable home form, according to striker Theo Robinson.

Town have only won two home games since Richie Wellens took charge in November.

In stark contrast, Town have tasted defeat just twice in their eight road games across the same period.

The trend continued on Saturday too as Wellens’ men dismissed a strong MK Dons team to continue their excellent away form with a 3-2 win in Buckinghamshire.

Robinson feels Town can take their inspiring away form and reproduce similar results at home, but only if his teammates play the same kind of no-fear football that has proved successful on their travels.

He said: “You take each game as it comes, (tonight’s) game against Forest Green is another tough game.

"I’m sure if we apply ourselves properly and do what we did on Saturday, then hopefully we’ll get the three points.

“The league is tight, we’re not looking ahead and we’re just going to take each game as it comes and go from there.

“I didn’t really know much about it (poor home form) until I spoke to a couple of the lads, but I know we’ve been good away from home.

“Tonight will be a tough game, so we’ll have to try and put into practice what we do away from home into games (at the County Ground).

“With the additions we’ve made – not just myself – if everyone can chip in, then we will be able to change that form around.”

If given the opportunity, the 30-year-old striker will be experiencing his first taste of the County Ground in Swindon red tonight - 10 years after a potential move to SN1 fell through.

And the former Huddersfield front man is unsure on the reception he will receive.

Robinson said he is committed to doing his best for the club now he is here and hopes scoring goals can help any grudge-holding fans appreciate his presence in the team.

He said: “I’m not too sure what reaction I’ll get to be honest. The main thing for me is to help the team do well, so if I can do that then hopefully the fans will appreciate that.

“You know what you want to be doing when you come in. You want to get firing straight away and help the team do as well as it can. Saturday was a great game to come in to and we were pleased to get the three points.

“I thought we played quite well (against MK Dons). We could have scored more goals, me and other players could have scored more, but we got the job done at the end of the day and we got the three points which is the main thing.”