Coventry City striker Marc McNulty has said that City supporters can grumble all they want.
The Scot, who has scored in each of City's last two games, still has to convince some of the match going support that he is the twenty goals a season plus striker the club needs but told the media: “I was brought here to score the goals and help the team be successful and I am sure that by the end of the season I will have won over a few of the fans who probably doubted me at the start.
"The fans can grumble all they want. “They can be frustrated but they don’t play every week. It’s us players and the manager who need to get together and talk about performances, good and bad, and you do get a few fans shouting a few nasty things at you.
“But we’re grown men and you can take a bit of stick, which is fine. I will just get on with it and hopefully score more goals.
it feels good to chip in with a couple of goals and I am sure more will come now.
“I know it’s been frustrating that I haven’t scored more goals as I would have liked or the fans would like to have seen.
“Obviously as a striker you want to score every week but I feel my performances have been relatively good.
“But you need to be mentally strong and I definitely think I am. You can take a bit of stick from the fans and you hear a few funny shouts but you need to just bypass that, let it go in one ear and out the other and keep doing what the gaffer is asking me to do and stay confident in myself.”