Callum Ball has described his forty-five minute shift as his best performance since he came to Coventry.
Speaking to the CT's Andy Turner, the loanee from Derby who helped turn Saturday's game against AFC Bournemouth into the club's first home league win since March, said: “It was a good bit of play. “It dropped to me and I was looking to shoot to be fair, but it didn’t open up.
"I saw Dave make the run so I flicked it through to him and he took a great touch and hit a calm finish, and that’s what we needed.
“Last week when we got the win at Oldham it was a flukey goal, arguably an own goal, but sometimes you have to do that and score bad goals as well as good goals, but a win’s a win at the end of the day.
“Our second-half performance was brilliant from the boys and hopefully we can push on and get up the league table.
"But today I felt I put myself about and I thought it was my best performance since I came here to Coventry, so hopefully now I can take that on and get a few more goals and keep working hard for the club.
“I want to get a start now. We played 4-4-2 and I thought me and Dave worked well up front together and hopefully the gaffer will see that and put me into the side and play that formation and let the partnership work.”
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