SWINDON Town manager Phil Brown is not concerned by his side’s productivity in the final third despite a dip in goals in recent games.

A double from experienced campaigner Matt Taylor was not enough for victory for Town on Tuesday night against Yeovil Town as they had to settle for a fourth draw in a row in League Two.

Swindon had struck just twice in the three draws prior to that, with those goals coming courtesy of a Luke Norris penalty against Morecambe and a last-gasp Marc Richards equaliser away at Crawley Town.

Town are currently without top scorer Norris after he aggravated a long-standing shoulder injury in that match at Crawley on Easter Monday.

However, Richards has proven to be a prolific January signing with 10 goals in 16 games since joining the club on a free transfer.

Brown has four games left to try to guide Swindon to their objective to a place in the League Two play-offs this season and is content with the quality they are showing in an attacking sense, although he admits his team do need to start turning draws into victories.

“I see a lot of positives when we’ve got the ball. I’m seeing a lot of positives when we haven’t got the ball.

“We have an element of organisation about us,” said Brown, who takes his troops to Newport County tomorrow.

“Marc (Richards) being in the squad is a good example of what someone like Scott Twine needs to look at and learn his trade from. Kaiyne Woolery is exactly the same.

“Do we need Luke Norris back, of course we do. We need all hands on deck.

“Are the goals going to come from other areas, well Matt Taylor scored two and could have made another two because Ollie (Banks) was on the back end of a couple of corners and had a great chance in the first half.

“I’m not worried about the goals. I’m worried about getting over the line.

“Once you do that it becomes a habit, once you start drawing games it becomes a habit. I’ve got to break that habit.”

Teenage striker Scott Twine had a few sights of goal against the Glovers after being handed a maiden first-team start by Brown in midweek.

The Town boss was pleased with the threat the 18-year-old carried, as well as the performances of the more senior teammates around him.

“I looked at how the 10 other players reacted to Scott getting his debut.

“They upped their game, as oppose to thinking ‘Oh, it’s only him’ or ‘Well, he’s not going to do us any good’,” said Brown.

“He got himself into a couple of good positions but probably ran past the near post for his first chance.

“The keeper made a good save for the second one.

“But there’s lots to like about Scott’s finishing in training. He has to carry that into games.”