SWINDON Robins have announced that they have made the signing of Polish racer Tobiasz Musielak permanent.

The Robins have agreed terms with Wolverhampton Wolves over the young Pole's services, following his impressive start in Swindon colours.

Musielak scored paid six and paid five in home and away wins over SGB Premiership leaders Belle Vue Aces last week, then carded a paid 16 in the superb one-point victory over Leicester Lions last night.

Club co-owner Terry Russell said: "When we spoke to Chris Van Straaten at Wolverhampton to sign Tobiasz we agreed to take him on a full transfer.

"Tobiasz has settled into the club very nicely, he's enjoying racing for us and to score points like he has immediately is excellent. He's the missing link we've been looking for.

"He was excellent at Leicester in our win there. I know Leicester had riders injured and we wish them all the best, but our boys did the job they had to do.

"We're well and truly in the shake-up for the play-offs now and let's see if we can keep it going this week."

Robins head to Poole Pirates tomorrow night before returning to the Abbey on Thursday to face Rye House Rockets.