BARNSLEY boss Danny Wilson has labelled this weekend's Swindon clash as the toughest test of the season.

Back-to-back wins over Port Vale and Oldham have turned the Reds' stuttering season around and they now sit just four points adrift of the League One play-off places.

But Swindon, Wilson's former club, are in third place - just three points off table-toppers Bristol City.

"It'll be our best test to date," he said. "They're playing very, very well and they're a good side - they're up there on merit.

"As I've side before, they've not really had a blip yet, but we're going there without any pressure on us as nobody expects us to get anything."

The Reds are boosted by the return of youngster Mason Holgate, who returns from suspension.