Tommy Wright admits it is not easy to predict how his former club Carlisle United will fare after their wholesale summer changes.

The Swindon coach faces his former club on Saturday after the Blues parted company with his assistant manager services in May.

Speaking to BBC Wiltshire ahead of this weekend’s clash at the County Ground, Wright said of the Blues: “They’ve had quite a big overhaul of players – there’s only one or two left [from my time at the club]

“They’ve got Adam Collin, the goalkeeper, who’s been excellent and was player of the year, and Mike Jones, but the overhaul’s been quite a lot.

“I think they’ve had to cut their cloth accordingly and they’ve done that, and it will be interesting to see how they get on, because they’ve made a lot of changes.”

Wright said Swindon were “trying” to add more signings but boss Richie Wellens said they may have to be patient to sign a striker.