DANNY Wilson believes he has landed another perfect fit in his Swindon Town jigsaw with the loan capture of winger Matt Ritchie, but the boss insists their puzzle is not yet complete.

As exclusively revealed by the Advertiser, Town were chasing the wide man on a permanent transfer before the January window shut, but had to eventually settle for a temporary deal due to parent club Portsmouth’s perilous position.

Manager Wilson revealed he fought off three other clubs to land Ritchie until May 15, and is confident the 20-year-old - who should make his debut away t Huddersfield tomorrow - will be worth the wait.

“It has taken a while and it’s been a long chase but we are delighted to get him on board,” said Wilson, “We’ve targeted him for quite a while now, but Portsmouth had to keep everybody available because of the position they are in.

“They had four or five away in the African Nations which made things difficult, but those players are back now and we’ve managed to get him, which is great news.

“We’re putting a bit of a jigsaw together here.

“It’s not just throwing things together which don’t fit.

“We are trying to get players who will fit into the way and the style we want to play. It would be pointless bringing someone in who wouldn’t do that.

“That’s why we’ve looked at Matt on so many occasions.

“He’s got a bit of everything.

“He’s a wide boy who can play either side, he delivers great balls, he can score goals from that position and has got good pace.

“He won’t be the last either.

“We will hopefully get more next week.”

Meanwhile, Wilson has played down speculation linking Swindon with former County Ground favourite Miguel Comminges.

The full-back, and former player of the season, left in the summer of 2008 for Cardiff, but has struggled to hold down a regular place with the Championship outfit.

He was rumoured yesterday to be interesting Town, but Wilson claims Comminges is not an immediate target.

“He’s a name which has been thrown around, but plenty of people have thrown loads of names at me,” said the boss about the Guadeloupe international.

“Miguel was one of them. I know he’s not been playing in their team which makes him a little bit easier to get hold of, but we’ve got other targets first.”