AARON Nell is pleased to see the goals coming from all quarters as his Swindon Wildcats aim to stretch their winning streak this weekend.

A five-goal haul from Sam Bullas fired Swindon to another four-point weekend last time out, with Nell seeing a marked improvement in front of goal from the 27-year-old.

With a total of seven strikes in 41 appearances last term, Bullas has already surpassed last season’s total as he already has nine strikes to his name.

His performances haven’t gone unnoticed by the Wildcats chief, who has highlighted the impact made by his alternate captain, while recognising the contributions from elsewhere in the roster.

“Our scoring has been good and we have been spreading out the goal scoring,” added Nell, who himself has notched twice this term.

“Bully is the top man at the moment and scoring a lot of goals but the rest are all spread out and that’s what we wanted coming into the season.

“We didn’t want to have to rely on one guy and that is what is happening at the moment. Bully had a great weekend and has been chipping in with a lot of goals.

“Last Sunday, he scored twice by going to the net and that’s where he is going to score his goals, around the crease, the ugly ones are the best ones to get.”

Currently top of the National League South One, Nell’s men face Telford Tigers back to back in the Autumn Trophy, starting with this evening’s clash at the Link Centre (6.15pm) off the back of six league and NIHL Cup wins on the bounce.

And with the next month including match-ups against the Tigers, Hull Pirates and Peterborough Phantoms, Nell hopes momentum can be maintain ahead of what will be a testing period for the club.

“Over the next month or so we have got some tough games and this is where we really see where we are going to be at,” said Nell.

“Telford will be very tough. We are the only team to beat them so far this season so it’s going to be a tough weekend of hockey.

“It is going to be a lot faster than last week and we need to be ready."