FOREST Green defender Joseph Mills is relishing a trip to his hometown when Forest Green take on they take on Swindon Town tonight.

Mark Cooper's side will be looking to bounce back from their defeat to Notts County at the weekend in tonight's re-arranged fixture at the Energy Check County Ground.

Mills, who scored for Rovers at the weekend, is excited about tonight's match against Forest Green's west country rivals.

"You want to play in these kind of games," said Mills.

"A big crowd, a good atmosphere and a good surface to play on.

"I'm sure we'll take a good following as well so we'll be going there to put things right with our performance and hopefully the result should follow."

Despite losing at the weekend, Rovers remained in the play-off places but are just one point clear of eighth.

Mills sees no reason to panic and is expecting plenty of twists and turns in the remaining 15 games.

"We've still got plenty of time to go," he said.

"You've seen how tight the league is, there's going to be a lot of ups and downs not only for us but for other teams as well so we need to make sure we capitalise on that at the right times and put ourselves in a great position come the final four or five games in the run in."