Simon Ferry thinks Swindon have got what it takes to maintain a promotion challenge at the top of League Two.
The midfielder has featured prominently for the Robins under manager Paolo Di Canio this term, as the Wiltshire side have risen to seventh in the league table.
Swindon lost their 15-game unbeaten record with a 1-0 loss at Torquay on Boxing Day, but Ferry is happy with the way everything is coming together at the County Ground.
"The boys have gelled really well and everyone's fighting for each other," he said. "The team has got a great discipline about it.
"We're hard to break down and then going forward we know we're going to score goals so we've got a good mixture and it's going really well."