Coventry City manager Mark Robins has said that City have eight games left starting with the final Saturday home game against Oxford United and they are all opportunities.
“We have eight games and they are all opportunities.” Robins said to the media this morning.
“Football doesn’t throw up results you expect all the time though, there will be some curve balls and we may win games that we have down as a draw on paper, but fortunately you don’t play the games on paper, we have to go out and perform.
“You see from January teams bring in loads of players and change manager, doing whatever they can do to avoid relegation or get over the line and we are getting on with our job in a methodical way.
“We have young players in the side, but they are getting more confident and more experience as they go on and you can see them enjoying it.
“You can even see it in training, yesterday’s session was very good, looking at the quality as well as how they are going about their work it is a good place to be.”
“I don’t think there is any expectation on us, and all the expectation is on the teams above us and even some below as there are some big teams with a big budget below.
“It is just what we can do and how we go about our work.
“Even when we were having a period where the results were going our way, you can now see that is changing and you can see the belief is there and the quality is there.”