Swindon manager Mark Cooper praised Ben Gladwin after the midfielder’s first appearance since returning to the club on loan from QPR.
Gladwin rejoined the Robins earlier this week, having made only one league start since leaving the County Ground to sign for Rangers during the summer.
Cooper’s side were beaten 2-1 at home by Peterborough, but he told BBC Wiltshire: “Ben Gladwin came in and added a lot to us. He could have scored three or four goals.
“In the first 20 minutes we had loads of possession and got Ben on the ball in and around the box.
“With a bit more quality on the shot we could easily have scored. We had loads of opportunities, we just needed a bit more quality in the box.”