Coventry City defender Dominic Hyam has said that the City team are looking to be consistent.
For many years, the Sky Blues have been inconsistent - able to put runs of winning games together, only to lose to a side they should really have beaten or not played well enough against and the defender told City's press office at the press conference this morning that the players had been working on trying to find that consistency in training.
"We're all trying to work really hard on the training ground to get that consistency and that's the way we're going to find it," Hyam said.
"I think things are going good defensively, we kept two clean sheets and conceded three goals in five games which isn't too bad.
"It was a physical game against Wimbledon last time and we're going to have to put a game plan out to try and get three points.
"I think I've already played more games than last season and long may it continue.
"It was tough mentally last season not playing as much but you have difficult times during your career and you just need to bide your time."
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