ROBINS reserve Manuel Hauzinger hopes his new carefree attitude' towards Elite League speedway will leave him holding all the aces against Belle Vue tonight.

The Austrian made a stunning start to his Swindon career, collecting eight points on debut in the 53-39 triumph over Eastbourne Eagles.

Hauzinger followed that up with an impressive paid four in the Knockout Cup at Poole, but his form has dipped dramatically since, and he has recorded blanks in his last two outings.

With expectation levels soaring since his dazzling Blunsdon bow, Hauzinger has urged the Swindon supporters not to expect too much while he continues to find his feet in England's top tier.

"I think maybe I have put too much pressure on myself after the first meeting against Eastbourne," Hauzinger told the Advertiser.

"In that first meeting I had no pressure, nobody expected me to do anything, I think that's why I did so well.

"I know I cannot score eight points every week because then I would be a wonder boy.

"There will be a few tracks where I score zero, this is just normal when I have not been there before.

"It's a long way to come from Austria not to score any points so I will be trying my best as always."

A five times national champion, Hauzinger arrived at the Abbey Stadium with a reputation for his quick starts and exciting riding style.

At 25 he is still learning his craft and has urged the Robins management to keep faith with him during his maiden Elite League season.

"Sometimes the problem is in the head. I think too much before the meeting," he said.

"I am maybe afraid that they won't give me enough time, but I might need time. I might need the whole season so maybe when we are in the play-offs I can help them at the end.

"Mads (Korneliussen) is very strong now but how long has he been riding here?

"He has had time to settle in and hopefully I will have that too.

"I don't want to put too much pressure on myself. I will just try to enjoy it more and see what happens."

New averages see James Wright moving back into the main body of the Swindon side for tonight's clash, while Swedish youngster Seb Alden fills the number seven spot.

Robins' boss Alun Rossiter has re-jigged the Swindon line up with Travis McGowan moving to five, Wright to four as Troy Batchelor's rider replacement facility shuffles to position two.

Belle Vue are hopeful Joe Screen will recover from the shoulder injury that ruled him out of the Aces' slender victory over Coventry on Monday night.

n Swindon's Cory Gathercole is awaiting scan results after injuring his hand and wrist during a fall riding for Isle of Wight against Scunthorpe on Tuesday night.