KAIYNE Woolery believes Swindon Town have already shown that one of their great strengths lies out wide this season.

Town head to Exeter City on Saturday looking to make it three wins from three at the start of the new League Two campaign.

However, the Grecians are one of only two other teams – the third being Plymouth Argyle – to have registered six points from six, meaning one more 100 per cent record in the fourth tier is sure to go.

Town manager Richie Wellens has chiefly deployed an attacking quartet this season, with Woolery on the left and Lloyd Isgrove on the right, with Keshi Anderson in a number 10 role behind striker Jerry Yates.

Full-backs Rob Hunt and Zeki Fryers – both new additions to the club this summer – have also shown their penchant to join in with attacks, and Woolery says width is a clear weapon Town are looking to utilise.

“Since I came back from injury, I played wider basically the whole of last season,” said Woolery.

“This season, I have understood it a lot more. My positioning is a lot better as well.

“The gaffer wants attacking full-backs, as we saw last season as well, that’s why he brought those two in.

“The way we are playing this season is going to give them more space and freedom to get forward.”

Saturday’s trip to Exeter will be Town’s fifth match in the fortnight since the new campaign began on August 3.

Although Wellens has fielded the same starting XI in both league games, a number of changes have been made for Town’s midweek encounters against Chelsea U21s and Colchester United in the EFL Trophy and Carabao Cup respectively.

Woolery says there should be no fitness concerns over the quick turnaround for fixtures this early in the season.

And the forward believes the fact Wellens is able to make changes in personnel means there is plenty of depth in the Swindon squad, with players champing at the bit to stake their claim.

“I think we are prepared for that quick turnaround,” said Woolery.

“From our pre-season schedule, we had a lot of Saturday to Tuesday games. I think our bodies are ready for it, it’s just whether the gaffer wants us to risk us yet.

“We saw when we played Chelsea that the manager rotated the squad to give the boys who didn’t start the first league game a lot of minutes to have a look at them.

“We have got a squad that is strong all over – on the bench and even people who didn’t make the squad.”

Wellens has made a total of 10 new signings so far this summer and although striker Yates has caught the eye with a goal in each of Town’s two league games, Woolery has been impressed by all of the new recruits.

“Jerry has stood out, he has scored two goals in two games, but all of them have done well,” said Woolery.

“Jordan Lyden is very calm on the ball, Zeki Fryers scored on Saturday, Rob Hunt has been bombing up and down and Lloyd Isgrove has set up goals.

“All of them have contributed something to the team so far.”