Swindon Town’s current top goalscorer Tyreece Simpson found the net again at Northampton over the weekend in the club’s 1-1 draw with The Cobblers, but he feels he could’ve had more.

“Yeah another goal,” he said, responding to his clinical finish on the 57th minute.

“could’ve had at least three, not going to lie, but yeah, another goal, think we deserved more than the point today but we’ll take it onto next week.”

The 19-year-old, on loan from Ipswich Town, has slowly been growing into his role as one of Town’s top strikers and he recently reflected on Swindon’s performance against the team that’d previously had seven clean-sheets.

“We said before the kick off that we have to start how we want to play really and I feel like we did that and then I feel like there’s a stage where we stopped doing what we were doing and then they were on top and then we came back at them. But we’ve got to keep going at them throughout the whole game and not just spells.”

“I feel like I’m improving each week, getting better and better, and the goals are coming so yeah, can’t complain.”

Simpson's goal came after a great cross from fellow loanee Kaine Kesler Hayden early in the second half, but the striker has said he feels he could've had a hattrick in the game, especially as he rattled the crossbar in the first half.

“Two of them it got stuck under my feet, maybe one of them I could’ve gone down for a penalty, but I’ve just got to keep practising out on the training field.”

“If I’m in the positions then it’s down to me to put it in the back of the net, no-one else.”

“We’ve been told to stretch it, stretch it, because it can open up spaces for [Jack] Payney and Jonny [Williams] in the pockets, so if I stretch it and don’t get it, someone else is getting it.”

“We’re definitely one of the top teams in the league, no doubt about that, the stats speak for themselves.”