It's more good riddance than goodbye to the 2015/16 season as a Town fan, but how have Swindon's players rated this season?

Lawrence Vigouroux - 6 (out of 10)

Despite a couple of major hiccups, a decent season from the loanee, could we see him again next season?

Nathan Thompson - 7

Another good season from the clubs leader, team suffered massively in his absence.

Brandon Ormonde-Ottewill - 6

Finally found his feet after a poor start to life in Wiltshire, a talented wingback who could play a key role next season.

Fabien Robert - 6

Like a lot of Town’s squad, he struggled to find any consistency due to niggling injuries. If he stays injury free next season he’ll be a big asset.

Jordan Turnbull - 6

Never reached the heights of last season, but still a solid campaign from the Southampton loanee, would be a great signing on a permanent basis.

Drissa Traore - 6

A season full of complications for the Ivorian, but he quickly becomes a linchpin in midfield when fully fit.

Yaser Kasim - 6

In spells he looked like the player that helped Town to a play-off final, but in others he didn’t look interested.

Nicky Ajose - 8 

Really came to life when given a striking partner in Obika, a natural goalscorer, if we want any success next season the club must keep hold of the star striker.

Michael Doughty - 7

A box office player, exciting to watch whenever he picks up the ball, would be a massive boost if we can sign him on a full-time deal.

James Brophy - 6

A good first full professional season from the 21-year-old, it’ll be interesting to see how he develops next season.

Louis Thompson - 6

A consummate professional but this is a season Louis will want to forget.

Jeremy Balmy - 5

The impact substitute failed to fulfill his job description.

Jonathan Obika - 8

Unlike many of his teammates, Obika improved from last season, the club has to do everything to keep hold of him.

Jamie Sendles-White - 7

An impressive opening few months for the ex-QPR defender, he deserves an extension to his current deal.

Jermaine Hylton - 5

Due to the form of Town’s first choice striking partnership, he never got a look-in, a good striker who desperately needs games to improve.

Ty Belford - 5

After waiting for a chance, he was finally rewarded with some first team action this year, but failed to make an impression.

Anton Rodgers - 5 

The focus of frustration for many fans, despite a few good performances he endured an average season, needs to move on this summer.

Brad Barry - 6

A decent first season for the former Brighton trainee, held in high regard by his peers as he won players’ player of the season award this past week.

Ellis Iandolo - 6 

His emergence has been one of the bright spots of the season, a big talent.

Raphael Rossi Branco - 6

Enjoyed a good first half of the campaign, but failed to replicate that in 2016, a good back up but not good enough to be relied on for a full season.

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