MATTY Taylor says Saturday’s victory over Crewe Alexandra could mean nothing if they fail to build on the performance against Luton Town.

Taylor, who came close to scoring in the 3-0 triumph, slotted back into defence for the trip to Cheshire which resulted in their first clean sheet in nine games.

The former Portsmouth man believes the Wiltshire side still have plenty to gain as they enter a hectic festive period.

Town are back in action on Boxing Day, where they host high-flying Luton Town, before welcoming Notts County to the Energy Check County Ground four days later.

The 35-year-old highlighted the win over Crewe as an important victory, but also said it is crucial the club follow up the result.

“I think we needed that result on Saturday because we have been poor of late, so to get three points and be as ruthless as we were, was a nice feeling,” said Taylor, who also stated he didn’t mind playing wherever required.

“The shape in the second half was exceptionally good, the wide boys and the front boys worked extremely hard to get us a result that we deserved.

“The clean sheet is vitally important, because it gives us something to build on. We scored three goals but one would have been enough because we had a clean sheet.

“What we have been this season, is too inconsistent. That is collectively, not individually so we need to build on today.

“We have got a busy period of fixtures. There are another nine points up for grabs and we need to try and take as many of those as we can.

“Personally, I couldn’t care less where I play, I never have done. I’m just happy to be out there and help the boys out.”

Taylor also said he was relishing the festive fixture with his former club Luton Town, and says he hopes the Hatters do well, but not at the expense of his current employers.

“The fact that I started at Luton and got my first opportunity there means the club is close to my heart, but I am a Swindon Town player,” he added.

“I want to play my best and help the lads to a significant result. I’m happy they’re doing well and want them to, but not at the expense of ourselves.

“They are a team that are flying, we have to concentrate on ourselves and if we can replicate Saturday’s performance at home, we have a good opportunity of getting something.”