MICHAEL Flynn insists he’s not too concerned by his side’s lack of firepower so far this season, although he would like more goals and he believes they should have more points.

After 10 games of the new League Two campaign, Newport County AFC are seventh in the table ahead of tomorrow’s trip to fourth-placed Swindon Town.

That solid start has been built on a rock-solid defence with only six goals conceded so far – the second-best record in the division.

But County have managed just nine goals of their own to date, with only three other teams hitting the net fewer times.

“We’re in the play-off position at the minute, so I’d say we’ve scored enough goals to win enough football matches,” said Flynn.

“We’ve got one area sorted [the defence] and I’m sure the other end will come.

“I’m not going to say I’m not happy, because of the position we’re in, but I would like more.”

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The Exiles boss also feels his side should have more points on the board already.

“It’s a solid start, but I think we should be on at least four points more,” he said.

“But you don’t always get what you deserve. We need to continue doing the good things we’re doing and cut out the little errors.

“If we do that then we’ll definitely win a lot more games than we draw or lose.

“We’ve got no divine right,” added Flynn. “Just because we got to the play-off final last season, it doesn’t mean that we’re automatically going to have a good season this year.

“We punched well above our weight last season and that’s credit to the players. Hopefully we can do it again this season.”

The return of Ryan Inniss from suspension and fellow centre-back Mickey Demetriou from a broken leg will be a further boost.

“Ryan is close to coming back and Mickey is looking well,” added Flynn. “Once we get them back, I think we’ve got a really solid squad.”

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