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Glatzel urges Swindon Town to get into 'good habits' after getting off the mark
Frontman Paul Glatzel was happy to get off the mark for Swindon Town but insisted his side needed to “get into good habits”.
The 22-year-old striker arrived at the County Ground from Liverpool last month on a permanent deal.
The former England and Germany youth international opened his account in Town’s 2-1 defeat at Newport County last time out.
But with Gavin Gunning’s side now preparing for the visit of Salford City on Saturday (3pm), Glatzel is eager to return to winning ways.
Speaking to the club website following the loss at Rodney Parade, he said: “It feels good to get off the mark but it would have been better with a win, or at least getting something out of the game.
“I’m still disappointed overall but it was nice to score.”
He added: “The performance was good to an extent, especially the first half.
"But you can’t really come away happy with a performance if you come away with no points. Especially away from home.
"We need to look at ourselves, try to get into good habits. Go again next week and try to pick up three points at home if we can.”
Swindon are currently 17th in League Two, with 37 points from 30 games played.
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