SWINDON Wildcats chief Aaron Nell says there are still improvements to made despite coming away with four points this weekend.

Saturday saw Swindon clinch a 3-2 win over London Raiders at the Link Centre, courtesy of goals from import Max Birbraer as well as teenager Jordan Kelsall and Nell.

On Sunday, the Cats crossed the border to face Cardiff Fire, where they put in a professional display to dispatch their hosts 5-1.

Captain Jan Kostal notched twice, Kelsall and Birbraer adding to their tally from Saturday while Sam Zajac was also on the scoresheet.

Despite collecting the maximum amount of points on offer this weekend, Nell says there are still areas where the Wildcats need to get better.

“It was a routine win for us. When you go there is it just important that you come away with a win and that is what we did,” he said.

“I would have liked us to play a bit better and make it more comfortable, but it is just about getting the win.

“We needed two wins in the league this weekend and we have got that. At the end of the day it was our goal to get four points this weekend.

“On Sunday, we moved the puck around really well and that was good, I think we still need to go to the net harder and be more clinical at the net.

“That will come through hard work, so once we have that first goal it is important we are then able to go and get the second and third.”

The club also announced that youngsters Kelsall and Ollie Stone have both been named as part of Great Britain’s U20s squad for the World Championships in Scotland, much to the delight of the Wildcats boss.

“It’s great because it shows the development of the younger players who we have got at the club, they’re great lads,” added Nell.

“They’re going to go away in three weeks’ time, be a big part of the team and hopefully they can come back after some success.”

The pair will be away from the Link Centre from Saturday, December 9 through to Saturday, December 16, which will see them absent for Swindon’s home game with Cardiff Fire and the Sunday away trip to Invicta Dynamos.

Nell, who is an assistant coach for the GB U20 side will also be away, meaning former head coach Ryan Aldridge will take the reins.