KYLE Knoyle has spoke highly of Swindon Town goalkeeper Reice Charles-Cook ahead of today’s clash against Chesterfield.

The 21-year-old, who’s been a regular in Town’s first team since the turn of the year, described Charles-Cook as a professional both on and off the pitch.

Together, Knoyle and Charles-Cook have appeared on the pitch nine times - conceding just 10 goals during those games.

It’s a partnership that appears to be working well for Town boss David Flitcroft as the County Ground men prepare for another crunch game in their efforts to secure promotion to League One.

Knoyle said: “It’s good having Reice behind me. He’s played at a high level and has experience.

“On and off the pitch he’s a good lad and very professional.”

Last week’s 3-2 home win against Port Vale provided Flitcroft’s side with their first fixture against a team in the bottom half of the table since Stevenage at the end of January.

Despite Chesterfield’s poor form, Knoyle confirmed preparation for today’s game has been normal, suggesting the club is taking nothing for granted.

He added: “We’re focussed on ourselves. We know we’re creating chances and we know we’re dangerous in the final third.

“We’ll enter the game how we have with others and look to make an early impact.

“Nothing changes because we’re playing a side at the bottom of the table. We keep the same attitude. Every game is a big one.”