FORWARD Chris Jones hopes to engrave his name in Swindon Wildcats’ history tomorrow when the Wiltshire club hosts Streatham at the Link Centre (6.15pm).

A win against the London outfit would secure the Wildcats’ first-ever NIHL South One title, adding to the ever-expanding trophy cabinet the club can boast after landing the Autumn Trophy and NIHL Cup last season.

Aaron Nell’s side have recorded a remarkable 15-game unbeaten run since the end of December to establish a six-point lead at the summit of the division.

Winning tomorrow will deny nearest rivals Peterborough Phantoms a chance of lifting league silverware, but Jones insists Streatham will not allow the Cats’ task to be easy.

“We can’t get too far ahead of ourselves, there are a lot of good teams in this league,” said Jones.

“But we have some experienced players and hopefully we can bring it home.

“All the games now are huge and the crowd do make that little bit of difference.

“When we’re feeling down about our game, they pick us up – we will really need them on Saturday.”

The Wildcats’ form in recent months has proven to be quite the contrast to their December record.

Hopes of lifting any silverware this season were quickly disappearing heading into the festive season, following six defeats in eight fixtures.

But the decision to drop Adam Harding and welcome Swede Jonas Hoog back into the roster proved fruitful for Nell’s side.

And it seems Jones’ form – and spirit to a level – has matched the upturn in form on the ice.

That is proven by the Welshman’s Player of the Month award for February, as voted for by the supporters.

He added: “We’re confident in our game right now, we’ve won a lot of matches in a row. We know if we stick to it, we will stand a good chance of winning.

“It’s nice to pick up the Player of the Month award, and I’m very happy that the fans voted for me.

“But obviously it’s a team game, and I have to thank them as well.

“We’re not thinking about personal accolades, it’s about two points every night.

“There was a time earlier on in the season where I didn’t start very well but the team started clicking a bit, and I started to get into the groove. The games come thick and fast and you get used to that groove.”