CHELTENHAM Town striker Mo Eisa praised his teammates after their successful raid on the County Ground.

Eisa, who notched in both halves on Saturday afternoon, reckoned the Robins' new system implemented by Gary Johnson is working well for the Gloucestershire side.

“Everyone today was class. It was up there with one of the performances of the season,” said Eisa.

“Swindon haven’t lost at home for a few games, so for us to come here and do what we did just shows what we can do.

“The last three games we have played well and now we need to kick on.

“We have stopped conceding goals and the defence has been really solid. The new system has been good.”

Former Chippenham Town loanee Jake Andrews got Cheltenham’s other goal, which was his first senior goal in the Football League.

Speaking after the win, Eisa told Cheltenham’s official website he expects more to come from the team as the season begins to draw to a close.

“Now I want more. I’m just trying to help the team as much as I can,” he said.

“I had a bad touch for the first (goal) and the defender got a touch too, then I got it onto my left foot and side-footed it in.

“Credit to Sanmi (Odelusi) for the second.

"He went past people and then passed it to me. I just had to be composed and score. It was all Sanmi’s goal.”