WILLIAMS HAPPY TO GO WITH THE FLOW
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.”
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