Swindon Supermarine boss Lee Spalding was delighted to get back to winning ways after his side comfortably saw off Wantage Town in the FA Cup first qualifying round on Saturday.
Victory was the only priority for Spalding’s Supermarine side, who had gone four games without a win, and booking their place in the next round of the FA Cup.
Spalding felt the 3-0 win at Wantage was a comfortable day at the office for his side and hopes it gives the players a confidence boost ahead of games against Larkhall (Tuesday night) and Taunton (Saturday).
“It is about progressing to the next round,” said Spalding. “To be honest I didn’t feel like we were ever under any pressure. We dealt with everything really well.
“Overall we dominated the game and created the most chances. Probably could have been a bit more free flowing at times but to be fair the pitch wasn’t the slickest.
“I’m happy with the performance and happy with the result.
“The start of the season has been tough when you look at the run of fixtures we have had. We have done well, we have competed well. We’ve shown we are more than a match for the teams that are going to be up there. With the group we have got, we are more than capable of getting results.”
Watch Nick Taylor’s post-match interview with Lee Spalding by clicking on the video below.