Paolo Di Canio could be handed significant funds to further bolster his squad after Swindon announced new investment plans.
The board have announced that a shareholders meeting will be held on July 20 to discuss the additional funds, said to be around £2million, which could be pumped into the club to allow Di Canio to build a side capable of securing back-to-back promotions.
Chairman Jeremy Wray also revealed Swindon are seeking new outside investors, while the board plan to progress with plans to redevelop the County Ground and the club's training facilities.
Wray said in a statement: "The new investment is tremendous news; it will help Paolo and his team in the push for the Championship and also progress the long awaited re-development of the County Ground.
"I look forward to discussions in the coming weeks with prospective new investors who could provide us with further firepower. We have a very exciting season ahead."