According to Swindon Boss Richie Wellens
Don't think he's being that harsh to be fair. Lots here have said the same. It is not a very strong league.Swindon Town boss Richie Wellens has criticised a "lack of desire" in his squad and says there will be "a lot of changes of personnel" this summer.
The Robins are 14th in League Two, five points off the play-off places with two games to go, after losing to Crewe.
Ex-Leicester City midfielder Wellens, 39, took over after Phil Brown was sacked in November, with Swindon 17th.
"I want to try and get a better quality of player in, because it's a poor league," Wellens told BBC Wiltshire.
"The teams in sixth and seventh are not that great. If they're not that great, and we can't get in [to the play-offs], what does it say about the players that have been here?