Neil Baker says club cannot wait for League One test again after nailbiting finish to the season.
Neil Baker says he is looking forward to competing in one of the strongest League One’s for many years. The club’s assistant manager is looking forward to the challenge of facing recently relegated Wigan Athletic, Blackpool and Millwall as well newly promoted Burton Albion and Shrewsbury.
June, Baker told crewealex.net: “Steve (Davis) has gone on record to say that League One has got tougher and he is right, it doesn’t get any easier. thAhead of the new fixtures coming out on 17
“The teams that are coming up have spent some money to do that and I expect Wigan will be strong next season after coming down from the Championship. It is difficult to say what is happening at Blackpool at the moment.
“Swindon lost in the play-off final against Preston and I thought they were as good as anyone in this league last season.
“It is a challenge every year and the fans realise that. It is a good challenge to have and that is why we were determined to stay in the league. That was a real sense of achievement in that after the start we made.
“We have been at this level for three years now and look forward to a fourth. We want to do better and everyone at the club is doing the best they can to make it a better season.”