RICHIE Wellens says the emphasis remains on his own team as Swindon Town go hunting a third win from three in League Two today.

Town are one of just a trio of teams to have collected six points in the league over the opening two weekends – although they come up against another of those when they travel to Exeter City this afternoon.

The Grecians’ two league wins have both come courtesy of late goals and Wellens therefore expects to come up against a City side in buoyant mood.

However, the primary focus remains on Town’s performance as the Swindon boss targets producing one of a similar standard to that which has saw both Scunthorpe United and Carlisle United defeated this term.

“Exeter are confident because they have won two out of two and, in both games, they have scored very late on. That in itself will give you confidence,” said Wellens.

“They have got experience in the back four and they are a decent club for this level and play some decent stuff.

“In Nicky Law, I think they have got one of the standout players are this level and Randell Williams is a threat on the other side.

“We have played every game trying to concentrate on ourselves. We are aware of what Exeter can do but we’re looking to perform to the level we have done so far.”

Town looked set to make the trip to St James Park shorn of the best attacking option after Jerry Yates picked up a three-game ban following a red card in the midweek Carabao Cup defeat at Colchester United.

However, those worries were eased by the signing of Eoin Doyle on a season-long loan from Bradford City on Friday.

Wellens says the Irishman’s arrival has given a lift to the whole squad ahead of the match against Exeter.

“The lads can see straight away that Eoin is a goal scorer,” said Wellens.

“He can score all different types of goals. His movement is good and he can flick things or have composed finishes and chip people, and he can score from headers. He is an all-round footballer.

“The disappointment of Jerry getting sent off has been covered up a bit by Eoin coming in, and when we get Yates back from suspension, then we look good.”