BILLY Bodin has reiterated his desire to stay at Swindon beyond this season after the striker scored his second goal in as many games in the 3-0 win over Crawley.

The Wales Under-21 international, son of Robins legend Paul, scored a spectacular 25-yard striker to effectively end the game as a contest last night.

Bodin is out of contract at the end of the season and the club are yet to open discussions with him a new deal at the County Ground.

“There has not been anything yet. The gaffer has said just keep doing well and we will see what happens but nothing has been offered yet,” the teenager told the Advertiser.

“I would love to stay. Hopefully I will be offered it by the end of the season because my main aim is to stay at Swindon.”

Bodin’s goal was undoubtedly the pick of the bunch last night, with his sweetly struck effort giving Crawley keeper Michael Kuipers no chance.

“It came from a throw in. Luckily Cadds (Paul Caddis) threw the ball across my body and the only thing on was really to shoot. Thankfully I did and it ended up in the back of the net,” he added.

“It was fantastic. To get my first goal for Swindon was great and then to get another a couple of weeks later is great.

“Like I said before, it is a shame I did not get to score my first professional goal for Swindon, but hopefully I can get a few more now.”