Date: 29th January 2011 at 9:01am
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New Swindon Town defender Aden Flint believes that he will have no trouble settling in at League One level.

The recent signing from Non-League Alfreton Town finally (officially) completed his protracted transfer this week and is likely to be used soon rather than later within Danny Wilson’s small squad.

Flint, 21, stated that his aim this season is ‘to break into the first team and stay up’ and describes himself as ‘big, powerful and I`m good in the air’.

The 6ft 6 defender admitted that is was a tough choice to choose Swindon Town over Colchester United due to the Wiltshire clubs current poor position in the league but Danny Wilson and his son (and former Alfreton team mate Lawrie Wilson) persuaded Flint to opt for Swindon.

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