RICHIE Wellens’ decision regarding who goes in goal to face Yeovil on Saturday has already been made, with the Swindon boss confirming picking between Lawrence Vigouroux and Luke McCormick proved easy.

Vigouroux, Wellens’ first choice goalkeeper prior to his international commitments with Chile at the end of last month, has been replaced by McCormick in Town’s two most recent games – which resulted in convincing wins over Morecambe and Bury.

The 35-year-old former Plymouth Argyle stopper has made several key saves in both matches, while Vigouroux returned to training at the start of the week after landing back in the UK on Thursday following his stint across the Atlantic with Chile.

To keep himself sharp, Vigouroux spent parts of his free weekend at Tottenham acting as goalkeeping coach.

While Wellens understandably denied revealing who would be placed between the sticks, he did confirm it was one of his easier decisions to make. “We didn’t want Lawrence (Vigouroux) to have Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday off, which is why he was at Tottenham,” said Wellens.

“He trained well on Wednesday, we’ve got two very good goalkeepers.

“My decision for this Saturday is quite easy with regards to who goes in goal.”

The club is still in talks with Vigouroux regarding a fresh contract for the 2019-20 season, despite Wellens stating that Town were close to tying down the 25-year-old at the end of January.

The 39-year-old said Vigouroux’s agent is the main reason for a delay to confirming his capture, but confirmed both Paul Jewell and Lee Power and dealing with the negotiations.

“We’re waiting to hear back, you know what modern day agents are like,” said Wellens.

“I wouldn’t ask about it (Vigouroux’s contract) for another couple of weeks – I don’t deal with the contracts.

“All I say is that I want to keep a certain player and then it’s up to Paul Jewell and the chairman (Lee Power) to put their heads together to try and come back with a suitable contract offer.

“The signings in January have made a really positive impact, and added to the experience and quality of the squad.”