STRIKER Kaiyne Woolery admits the quality within the Swindon Town squad means they should be preparing themselves for the start of a play-off programme instead of their summer holidays.

Richie Wellens’ side rounded off their League Two campaign on Saturday with a 3-1 win at home to Notts County – a result that relegated the Magpies from the Football League.

However, it did little to help Town either as they finished the campaign down in 13th in the table, seven points short of the top seven.

Instead, it is Mansfield Town, Tranmere Rovers, Forest Green Rovers and Newport County who begin their quest for promotion via the play-offs over the next two days.

Woolery, who took his goals tally for the season to seven with a strike against County on Saturday, feels Town fell well short of what they were cabable of in 2018-19.

Speaking to BBC Wiltshire, Woolery said: “For the players we have got, it has been a very poor season, I would say. We should be in the play-offs at least.

“Personally, I was delighted to end the season on a high.

“It is sad to put any team out of the league, but it had to be done. It could be us one year – it is just part of the game.”

Woolery is under contract at Swindon until 2020 and could face competition for a place up front next season from youngster Scott Twine.

The 19-year-old signed a new two-and-a-half year deal at the club back in February but has since been sent out on loan to League of Ireland side Waterford.

Twine said: “I have been enjoying it over there – it is going well.

“I am glad to have another two years at Swindon. Hopefully I will play next season and keep my place in the team.”