FANS’ favourite Tobiasz Musielak will make a decision regarding his future in British speedway during the winter, but for now remains focused on winning the SGB Premiership with Swindon Robins.

The Leszno-born former World Team Cup U21 champion is reaching the end of his fourth season in British speedway’s highest tier – three of those stints have been spent representing Alun Rossiter’s Robins.

After being voted the Swindon Advertiser’s Robins Rider of the Year last season, the 26-year-old confirmed his return to Wiltshire during the off-season.

His 2019 campaign has been plagued by injury, although he can still boast a 7.01 rolling average.

Musielak endured a frustrating evening on Monday night as the Robins downed Peterborough Panthers 46-44 at the East of England Arena, returning 3+1 points.

But regarding his long-term future in Britain, key decisions will be made once the 2019 season ends.

Musielak said: “I have some important decisions to make in the winter with regards to what teams I choose to race for.

“The winter is in front of me now, and I’ll think about what to do then.

“Right now, I’m not thinking about next season (in England). I’ll think about that when this season ends.

“It depends. If I get some offers and proposals, I will think about it. It’s always nice to race in England. I enjoy my speedway in the Premiership.”

Following Monday night’s two-point win over Peterborough, Swindon top the Premiership table by four points with one fixture remaining.

Only Poole Pirates can overhaul the Robins at the summer – they have two home meetings against King’s Lynn Stars and Ipswich Witches to race, plus an away trip to King’s Lynn after Monday’s visit was postponed due to rain.

With the September 19 cut-off date looming, it’s possible that the Pirates won’t complete all 24 regular season fixtures.

Should that happen, the Robins would be firmly in control of their own destiny with regards to finishing the season at the top of the table – but a win at King’s Lynn next Monday is likely to still be required.

And an almost fully-fit Musielak is relishing the task ahead, particularly on the Abbey Stadium’s new and improved track.

He added: “I’m not 100 per cent, but I’m well enough to race. If I was footballer, it would be a different story.

“But for speedway, I’m 95 per cent fit. It’s always nice to be back racing after any injury.

“The Abbey track is getting better, but it really needed the time.

“For the first part of the season, the track was tough – the surface was difficult. Now it’s better, and I can say it is smooth and one of the best tracks in England.”