TOBIASZ Musielak revealed his nervousness prior to Swindon Robins’ SGB Premiership against Wolverhampton Wolves on Monday night, but ended the evening encouraged by his 12-point haul.

Musielak dropped only three points from his five rides and recorded a trio of important race wins on a track that traditionally hasn’t been a happy hunting ground for the Polish prospect.

The Leszno-born racer proved quick from the gate and defeated the Wolves’ three heat leaders - Sam Masters, Rory Schlein and Scott Nicholls - throughout the night as Swindon were defeated by only two points.

Monday night was Musielak’s first outing in the UK since September last year, and that didn’t sit well with the 25-year-old prior to the meeting.

But he admitted his win in heat three over Kyle Howarth and Scott Nicholls put him at ease, and helped pave the way for an eye-catching display on Wolves’ tight and technical track.

Musielak said: “Wolverhampton is the toughest track in the UK for me, because of the shape – it’s hard.

“I’m trying to do my best, and I’m pleased with how things are moving forward.

“I was a little bit scared before the meeting, it was my first in the UK this season and we had no press and practice session. But I felt good, and I tried to have fun throughout the meeting.

“Every meeting will be tough, that includes Poole on Thursday. We have to stay focused, if we do that then we will be okay.”

The Lodz racer has dropped Sweden from his commitments this season, revealing that a minimum of 31 meetings in the UK and a further 14 in Poland will be more than enough for his own demand.

It means Musielak will spend Sundays in Poland before committing his week to racing in England with Alun Rossiter’s Robins.

He added: “I’m just racing in Poland and England this year, that’s enough meetings for me.

“I’ll have 28 meetings in England plus the Supporters’ Cup, and in Poland another 14 meetings minimum.

“That’s enough for me to keep myself busy.”