SWINDON Town CEO Rob Angus says the club is “leaving no stone unturned” in its search for a new head coach.

Town have been without a manager for 10 days now after former head coach Ben Garner departed for Charlton Athletic.

However, it has been more than three weeks since the South London News suggested Garner was in line to take over from Johnnie Jackson at The Valley.

As the wait to see who takes Town into the 2022-23 campaign continues, several of Town’s League Two rivals have already announced a handful of new signings or managerial appointments.

Asked for an update on Swindon’s search for a new head coach, Angus said: “Sandro Di Michele is doing an amazing job leading the search for us.

“We’re leaving no stone unturned as we look for the right person for the job.

“It’s a really important decision, this, so we’ve got to take our time and make sure we get the right person in.

“They’ve got to be the right fit for us and we’ve got to be the right fit for them.

“We feel that taking our time is a much better way of going about things than rushing it, and it hopefully avoids appointing someone who isn’t going to work for us long-term.

“Sandro will work with Clem (Morfuni) and myself, but we’ve got to be patient to get the right person in.”

With no other morsels of information regarding signings or answers to contract extensions to ease the angst, supporters are becoming increasingly frustrated at the lack of confirmation from Town.

Angus admitted he understands why some fans are a little annoyed at the time it is taking to appoint someone but stated the club feel very strongly about making sure they get the decision absolutely correct.

Town’s CEO said: “I have the same frustration, I’m a fan as well. And obviously from the club’s perspective you want to get it done. But there’s no point rushing into it and getting the wrong person.

“You’ve got to take your time, do your due diligence, and make sure the person that we bring in matches with the principles that we want to apply to the role.

“We’ve got good coaches here already. As things stand, the two Scotts (Marshall and Lindsey) work for the club.

“We’ve got a really good strength and conditioning team too. So, when the players start pre-season training, those guys will be getting them fit.

“But it’s about getting the right head coach in, and we’re confident we will do that.”