SWINDON Wildcats player-coach Aaron Nell insists there is more to come from dynamic forward Jonas Hoog, who has already impressed the Link Centre faithful.

Nell’s troops are unbeaten in all four of their competitive fixtures since Hoog was announced as Wildcats’ most recent signing on Christmas Day.

One-goal wins over Basingstoke and Peterborough before the turn of the new year helped Swindon re-establish their NIHL One South title hopes – albeit table topping Peterborough remain in a favourable position.

Further wins against Milton Keynes Thunder and Invicta Dynamo have put Wildcats on a four-game winning streak.

And Nell, who is absent from tonight’s home tie against Streatham (6.15pm) - insists that supporters are yet to see the best of Hoog.

“Jonas has made a good start,” said Nell.

“There is still more to come, but he hadn’t played in nine months before he came to us.

“We were having to work hard to score goals and he brings an offensive spark – he takes pressure off the whole group.

“He just makes us more dynamic and more difficult to play against offensively. Any shift, he can turn a game around.

“He has been excellent so far. It is definitely what we needed and we are very lucky to have him.”

Meanwhile Nell has made it clear to his players that he doesn’t expect Cats’ impressive start to 2019 to be undone by a lacklustre performance against Streatham, who have won eight of their 26 fixtures to date.

A win could promote Wildcats to second and only a point behind Peterborough, who have two games in hand.

Therefore, the 29-year-old left-shooter hopes his side can make the most of their home advantage and record a 19th win of the campaign.

“It is going to be a massive game against Streatham,” said Nell.

“What we can’t do is work as hard as we have done in the last few weeks to get ourselves back in the race and then not turn up at home in the first game back.

“We need to make the Link Centre a fortress again like it was last season and the beginning of this season.

“I believe we can do that but that will have to start against Streatham.”