Former Coventry City loanee keeper Stephen Bywater has said that he thinks about the late former City keeper Les Sealey.
Bywater was under the guidance of Sealey at West Ham United and the keeper now at Sheffield Wednesday on a permanent deal until the end of the season, told the Press Association: "Les looked after me like a dad. He took me to training every day. It's a shame he died so young. I don't think there's a day that goes by without me thinking about him to be honest.
"He's a legend in the world of goalkeeping. He's right up there and was a real character as well. I still think a lot about him.
"When I'm in certain situations [on the pitch] I think: 'What would he do?' Whatever he'd do, I'd do the opposite, because that would be a bit more sensible!
"Seriously, he looked after me and hopefully he's still looking after me."