RICHIE Wellens wants his Swindon Town side to finish the League Two campaign with wins from each of their final three games in order to leave the camp in a good place heading into the summer.

Town are currently in the midst of a seven-match unbeaten run in League Two, however, they drew for the fourth time in a row when being held to a goalless draw away at Cambridge United on Good Friday.

The failure of Wellens’ side to convert good performances into wins recently means they are still playing catch-up to the play-off places – sitting four points adrift of the top seven with three games to go.

Post-match at the Abbey Stadium, Wellens conceded his belief that promotion was likely to be beyond Swindon this season.

However, that has not diminished the Town boss’ desire to finish the campaign strongly and he wants maximum points from the final three fixtures, starting at home to Crewe Alexandra today.

“Draws don’t really excite me,” said Wellens.

“We’re always playing catch-up. If you look at the bigger picture – if Lincoln go away to Cambridge and Newport and get a point, that’s a good result and it keeps their momentum going.

“But when you’re chasing, a draw away is disappointing so it changes your mindset a little bit.

“I want to try and win three out of three for the remainder of the season and see where we are.

“If it takes us anywhere, then great, but I’ve said before, I don’t think this group is ready to win a promotion.

“Let’s finish on a high and set things in place for next season when we can give it a really good go.”

Wellens expects a physical afternoon for his defenders against Crewe this afternoon given the nature of the visitors’ forward line.

However, the Town boss expects fans to be in for an entertaining contest overall as, juts like Town, Alex are a side who traditionally like to get the ball down and play.

“They’ve got two big lads up front in (Chris) Port and (Jordan) Bowery,” said Wellens.

“I’ll have to watch their game from Friday because you never know if they’ve made changes or have picked up any injuries, but traditionally, Crewe get good youngsters in and they play good football.

“I’ve seen them a few times live this year, so I’m not going to be surprised by them, but I just want to make sure I watch the last game so if there are any injuries or changes in formation, then I’m clued up on it.”