KESHI Anderson plans to exploit Swindon Town’s experienced management staff to his advantage, adding everyone can learn from everyone on the training ground.

Anderson, 23, signed a permanent deal to remain at the County Ground in January having originally signed on a four-month loan deal in August.

The Luton-born forward scored five times in 39 games under the management of David Flitcroft and Phil Brown – who joined the club following Flitcroft’s abrupt departure in March.

Looking to add to his goal tally, Anderson hopes Brown’s current liking to a 4-3-3 formation could benefit his performances on the pitch.

The forward, who is with his teammates on Town's pre-season training camp in Spain this week, said: “It’s been a while since I’ve played up front, and I told the manager that (before the Cirencester game).

“I enjoy playing up front on my own, if I’m making the runs I’m making then the midfield players have to play it because I’m that last option.

“It’s a bit easier opposed to when you have two players trying to make runs, sometimes you’re on the same wavelength and others you’re not.

“Everyone is quite flexible when it comes to their playing positions.

“There’s a lot of transition play, for me personally I like to play in the hold just behind the striker.

“But then I could be there and play on the right wing for half the game as that might be where I’m enjoying the ball the most.”

Anderson finds himself in the fortunate position of being coached by three UEFA Pro-Licence holders in manager Brown, his assistant Neil McDonald and player-coach Matt Taylor.

Making use of his unique position is a no-brainer for the forward, who is pleased to be back in the swing of things following a six-week summer break.

“Every bit of experience helps, whether that’s being focussed on a younger player or a professional,” said Anderson.

“Everyone can learn from everyone in this environment, and football is always adapting with regards to the style of play and how certain players play.

“As a whole the players we have individually and bringing that into a team allows us something to build on.

“The break went quickly, but I enjoyed my time off with my family and partner.

“I missed the team, so the first day back it was good to get going again.

“The weeks leading up to the season are always a bit of fun. We get the hard work done but at the same time you feel at home.”