PAOLO Di Canio has fired out a warning to the rest of League Two that the best is still to come from Swindon after the Robins recorded their 10th successive league victory last night.
Ronan Murray 53rd-minute opener and Paul Benson's 100th career goal wrapped up a 2-0 win over a Burton side who have failed to record a win this year.
Town are now four points ahead of Cheltenham and eight clear of fourth-place Southend, and are looking firmly on course for an immediate return to League One.
And Di Canio has spelled out just how confident he is that Town can keep on top of the standings by stating that they are capable of playing even better than they already are.
"My players were fantastic but I believe they can still improve," said the Italian.
"They were surprised in the dressing room when I said this but you could see that the game could have finished four or 5-0. I want my players to attack to the end, finish the game and score even more.
"I know this sounds like I criticise, but this group is a fantastic group. They have desire and the fact that we are at the top means that I have talent here.
"I am very happy because I make them better players while they make me a better manager, so it is a good mutual exchange."