SWINDON Town manager John Sheridan believes his team is playing good enough football to win matches, but urged his players to become more clinical in front of goal.

Town lost for a fourth straight game on Tuesday night as an encouraging performance yielded no points following a 2-1 defeat against Doncaster Rovers.

Sheridan’s men saw more of the ball against Doncaster but had fewer shots as a double from Reece James punished Town for a couple of lapses in concentration.

The Town boss insisted his side – who are languishing in the League One relegation zone – looked just as good as play-off chasing Rovers, but the Robins’ lack of cutting edge ultimately cost them any reward.

Sheridan said: “Possession-wise, I think we’ll always be alright, but we’ve got to start scoring more goals – there’s no hiding that fact.

“If we keep conceding the soft goals that we are, we’re going to have a tough time.

“We matched a good side on Tuesday, and we looked as good as them, but the scoreline at the end is the most important thing.

“If I’ve got any positives to take at the moment, I actually think we’re playing good enough football to win matches, but we’re not scoring goals.

“You’ve got to score goals to win games. It’s hard to take because the performances are OK, but the results are nowhere near good enough.”