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MK Dons manager Karl Robinson says he is satisfied with the club's unbeaten start to the League One season.

Last Updated: 09/09/13 at 14:11

Karl Robinson: So far, so good

Karl Robinson: So far, so good

The Dons boss saw his side come from behind to draw against Swindon on Saturday and preserve their unbeaten record in Sky Bet League One.

And Robinson believes the Milton Keynes club will be able to push on once they have all of their players available.

"If someone offered me 10 points after six matches after the start we had - Preston away, Sheffield United away, Bristol City at home and Swindon at home - I would have taken it," said Robinson.

"We are unbeaten which makes me happy and we still have a few players injured and out on international duties.

"Once we get Daniel Powell, Dean Bowditch and Tom Flanagan back from injury we will be a decent team with strength in depth."

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