Swindon striker Alan Connell has branded manager Paolo Di Canio's training methods as the best he has ever experienced.
Connell has been in top form recently, netting three times in his last four games, and the former Grimsby and Bournemouth hitman praised Di Canio for his tactical nouse and extreme diligence.
He said: "The professionalism is the highest I've ever seen and I think as players we should thrive that and be relishing it.
"We do a lot of homework on the opposition before games and quite often we see things the gaffer's said the day before a game have come to fruition and helped us score a goal or stop a goal in the game.
"Tactically he's excellent and we have all learnt a lot but obviously there's still a lot more we can improve on.
"It sounds like he and his staff do a lot of editing on oppositions' games as well to show us what we can do better."