LET’s make Swindon feel our wrath – that was the message from Barrow AFC boss Pete Wild.

The Bluebirds suffered derby defeat at the hands of Morecambe on Bank Holiday Monday, and Wild wants his side to bounce back from that result by making the Robins pay tomorrow.

Three points at Holker Street this weekend would be another big step towards the end goal of a play-off spot.

And Wild has sounded a rallying cry ahead of the clash with Town.

He told The Mail: “We have to make sure that tomorrow, Swindon face the wrath for our frustrations from Monday.

“We haven’t got to catastrophise the situation after the result on Monday.

“It’s frustrating that we gifted them a two-goal lead. I think as a staff our reflection on Tuesday morning was ‘that doesn’t happen very often to us.’

“Across the 40 odd or 50 odd game season with cup games, giving teams a two-goal lead doesn’t happen very often to us, but when it does happen it’s about dealing with it and moving on.

“And now we are looking to get back into what has been really good home form.

“We have said all along that there will be bumps in the road and Monday was a really beautiful bump in the road.

“But we know as a management team and the players know that it is how we move on from those bumps in the road, how we deal with them.

“I have no doubt that come kick-off tomorrow afternoon we will be ready and raring to go, and looking to be the best version of ourselves against Swindon, and ready to give everything we’ve got.

“We know we need to keep pushing, and to keeping being Barrow, and being the best version of Barrow that we can be.

“It’s about keep playing to our strengths and to nullify what we see as threats the opposition pose to us.

“That has stood us in very good stead this season, and that is what will get us to where we want to be.

“We stuck to the plan when we had that minor blip in February, and I see no reason to change that now.

“Consistency is key and the reason why we are up near the top of the league is because for long spells throughout the season we have been consistent.

“We need to keep being consistent in these last few games, and if we do that then I believe we will be where we want to be come the end of the season.”