SWINDON TOWN boss Michael Flynn has said that he is hopeful of up to three new signings coming through the door by Monday.

Flynn hasn’t made wholesale changes to his squad since arriving back in May, having only made three additions so far this summer.

Speaking after his sides impressive 3-1 win against Championship side Plymouth Argyle in their final pre-season friendly, the 42-year-old revealed that Town could have some positive transfer activity sooner rather than later.

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“We’re close [to bringing in signings], possibly three”, said the Town manager.

“I know I’ve said we’ve been close before and we’ve lost out, but there could be up to three new signings on Monday.

“That won’t be us finished, but we’re hoping these can get done shortly.”

Business this window has been slow so far, but Flynn stressed the importance of not rushing the process of bringing in reinforcements.

“I’m not going to sign players for the sake of it, that’s not what I’m about. I want to strengthen this group.

“You don’t want to be weak in an area when there is a suspension or an injury, you want whoever is coming in to be fully comfortable.

“That’s why we’ve been patient. Okay it’s been frustrating at times - I’ve not been off the phone for the month, but I’m hoping it bears fruit and we get our just rewards from it.”

The departures of Ronan Darcy and Tomi Adeloye were announced earlier in the week, which now means Town have 15 first-team players in the books.

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The Swindon boss said that he will be looking at replacements for the pair, but they will also need to be seen as improvements to the squad.

It was about freshening the squad with Ronan [Darcy]. We had an offer from Crawley, one which was acceptable to the football club and that’s that.

They’ve [Darcy and Adeloye] moved on now, and we need to bring in players to not only replace them, but to be better than them.

Flynn also shared his thoughts on Town’s newest incoming, midfielder Liam Kinsella, who he managed whilst at former club Walsall.

“He’s [Kinsella] completely different to what we’ve got. He’s tenacious, he wins the ball back, he’s wholehearted and he will be a crowd favourite because of the work rate he puts in.”