Igoe wants new Robins deal
By Simon Fudge
Last Updated: 01/01/70 1:00am
The former Reading player, who moved to The Robins on a free transfer last summer, still has another year to run on his Swindon deal following the current season's end.
Despite that, the 28-year-old is keen to extend his time in Wiltshire, claiming he has never enjoyed his football more since arriving at the club.
"I'm sure I'll be talking to the manager in the summer," Igoe told the Swindon Evening Advertiser.
"I said recently that I've never been happier with my football and another year would be great."
Igoe also thinks Andy King's side can make the Division Two play-offs.
"I remain extremely confident that we will make the play-offs," he added.
"There are no negative feelings around the place and that was the same when I was promoted with Reading."
Another player that is enjoying his time at Swindon is on-loan defender Sean O'Hanlon.
The 21-year-old has been on a month's loan from Premiership side Everton and admitted that if the right offer was made to him, he would consider a permanent move to The Robins.
"I love the place, I love the lads and everything about it so far," O'Hanlon revealed.
"Obviously, we have to see what Everton say but if the offer's right then I'd definitely be interested.
"Swindon is a great club and as a young player, if you are able to get yourself first-team football at a club like this, then there are always going to be big clubs looking at you."
Robins chief executive Mark Devlin confirmed that the club would be looking into sealing a permanent move for O'Hanlon.
"I understand it that Sean O'Hanlon is enjoying his time here and Andy King is pleased with the progress he has made since he arrived on loan," Devlin told Swindon's official website.
"I am very hopeful that we can reach an agreement with Sean and Everton FC."