The Football League Paper - - CHAMPIONSHIP - By Paul El­li­son

LUKE Wil­liams be­lieves dras­tic changes are not nec­es­sary at Swin­don Town af­ter agree­ing a deal to take charge un­til the end of the sea­son.

The 34-year-old has been in charge on an in­terim ba­sis fol­low­ing Martin Ling’s de­ci­sion to leave the club in De­cem­ber.

And though the Robins find them­selves in mid-ta­ble limbo – seven points away from the top six, go­ing into the week­end, and eight clear of the drop – Wil­liams in­tends sim­ply to build on the foun­da­tions left by Ling.

“The mood is high in the camp and the boys be­lieve in them­selves, I think they be­lieve they can per­form well against any team in the divi­sion,” he said.

“It’s nice to know what we are go­ing to be do­ing un­til the sum­mer at least and I don’t think things will change too much on a day-to-day ba­sis, but at least ques­tions will stop for a few weeks.

“We are al­ways work­ing to try and pro­duce the per­fect per­for­mance. We need the sup­port, ev­ery­one is af­fected by the mood of the fans. The more we get roared on from the fans, the more likely we are to achieve.”

TOP JOB: Luke Wil­liams

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