TOMMY Wright confirmed he is likely to leave Swindon Town when his contract runs out in the summer.

Wright signed a two-year deal to join Richie Wellens’ coaching staff back in 2019 and helped lead the club to the League Two title as Swindon gained promotion via points-per-game last season.

The 56-year-old acted as former manager, John Sheridan’s assistant during the majority of the current campaign before taking over as caretaker boss for the final four games.

Speaking after Town’s 5-0 defeat to MK Dons on Saturday, Wright discussed how much rebuilding the club will have to do in the summer before clarifying his own future.

He said: “You can look at it both ways – you’ve got a blank canvas, so you can go again. In League Two, Swindon is a very attractive club.

“Obviously, they’ve got to sort the club out right the way through and decide which way they’re going to go.

“They’re going to have a new manager coming in, and he’s going to have to look at the recruitment and find what he wants.

“It just needs a clean slate on the playing side and the manager’s side, and try and be positive for next year.

“They’re a good club, they’ve got good fans, and it’s definitely not a League Two club, that’s for sure.

“My contract is two years long – I’ll see that out and then I’ll probably move on.”