THIS week we’re going to start with a quick quiz question. Can you name the film from these clues?

It was released in 1966, it starred Clint Eastwood, it’s considered one the greatest westerns ever made and it perfectly describes Swindon Town’s performance last Saturday.

As Crewe tapped in their third goal in front of the Town End, no one would’ve predicted what was to come.

After humiliating Kaiyne Woolery by unnecessarily taking him off before half time on Saturday, David Flitcroft introduced Matt Taylor and Timi Elsnik.

That turned the game around for Town, with Taylor putting in a great shift as wing-back and Elsnik adding the quality missing from the first half as his inspired performance earned Town an important three points.

The club’s impressive January form continued on Tuesday as they earned another maximum and avenged their FA Cup exit with a 1-0 away win over Stevenage thanks to a first-half goal from loanee Ollie Banks lifting the club into the play-off places.

Town’s upturn in form since our humiliating 5-0 home defeat on Boxing Day has come at the perfect time with Flitcroft’s side picking up 15 points from a possible 18, keeping them in touch with the top three.

Remarkably, just one point keeps Swindon outside the top three despite an underwhelming season so far at the County Ground.

Hopefully the three-goal fightback from last weekend will be the springboard needed to try and catch Luton at the top of the table.

With just four points separating second and ninth in League Two, it’s very easy to be dragged down if results begin to slip, and that will be Flitcroft’s biggest challenge for the rest of the season.

As the January transfer window slammed shut yesterday, I can only hope the manager has been able to sign another centre-back to add some much-needed quality to his side.

A poor Crewe side scoring three goals is a good example of why more talent at the back is needed.

If we want to achieve promotion we can’t afford many more inept displays at the back this season.

Oh, and by the way, the film was of course The Good, The Bad and The Ugly!