Dennis Wise has won August's Manager of the Month award for League Two.
The Swindon boss recorded the only 100% record in the division. Walsall's Richard Money and Peterboro's Keith Alexander were also nominated.
Meanwhile, Kidderminster have released one time Bulls target Duane Lee after just five games, with boss Mark Yates stating: "He missed a few weeks of pre-season and that hasn't helped. He hasn't done himself justice so I've had a good chat with him and we've decided its best if he goes."
In other news, Macclesfield Chief Executive Patrick Nelson has bemoaned his club's falling gates. Macclesfield had the lowest average attendance in the League last season, and cut Adult terrace prices from £14 to £10 in the summer but have seen a 30% drop in gates. He told the Manchester Evening News: "We are in the shadow of Manchester and Stoke so we have to work hard to get people to be interested in us. Last season, we had the lowest average attendance in the Football League."