New Coventry City forward Cody McDonald has said that he hopes to get on the scoresheet in his next outing.
McDonald drew a blank on Monday at Ipswich and became the 112th City forward to have not scored by their second match.
However, the 25 year old who banged in plenty of goals for Gillingham whilst on loan from Norwich City last season, told the club website: "We missed some good chances at Portman Road, myself mainly but the goals will come and I am sure in the next few weeks we will get some good results behind us and get up that league,”
“"It’s one of those that had the first one gone in I would have probably stuck away the other two chances. It is just frustrating for me because I know I have got to do better with the other two chances.
"But I couldn’t really do much more with the first one and I am confident in my own ability and I know it will come.
“"I won’t let it get me down and next time out hopefully I will get on the scoresheet."