Manager, Scott Booth, is looking forward to a competitive fixture against table-toppers, Bristol City, on Sunday but knows it’s a tough test.
“We know that of course Bristol are a good side and they’ve proved so far that they won’t lose games easy. They have got quality players all over the pitch and we have to be at our best to give them a problem.
“We’re hoping that we can do that, really compete with them in all compartments, and make sure we give ourselves the chance to take three points.”
Building on Coventry
“We were happy with the performance to a certain degree. First-half we were a little bit off in certain areas and I think Coventry made it very competitive.
“It just meant that the game was a little bit transitional, which didn’t help us all that much. I think we got to grips with it and in the second-half, we played some really good football.
“We created a number of really good chances and ultimately deserved the win. We could have made it easier for ourselves by taking some of the earlier chances but these games are never easy.”
“I think we’d have liked to have turned a few of the draws into wins, we had the stronghold in a couple of those games but let things slip.
“We kicked ourselves a bit for that ultimately we have managed to make the Pan, with the new pitch, a really good home for us and we need to continue that.
“The players have been excellent this week though, worked really hard, they’ve been together as a unit, to make sure that we turn out a performance that we’re happy with and that we’re all happy with.”
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