Coventry City manager Mark Robins has said that his side are still evolving.
The Sky Blues, are off the play-off places due to not putting away their chances and conceding soft goals which have seen them, drop to eleventh place in the table and only having scored 32 goals in 31 league matches and a problem of scoring in the first half.
Speaking to the Coventry Telegraph's Andy Turner, Robins said:“We are in the top five for creating chances in the country which is a great stat but the other stat isn’t so good, but we’ll try to make sure that’s better moving forward.
“We are still evolving. There will still be doubting Thomases that will be negative but we have got no time for that.
“Everyone can see what we’re trying to do and we will continue with that DNA.
“We are a club that gives young players a chance to flourish, play in the first team and then they move on.
“We need to get players through while trying to maintain a level as well, so it’s a balancing act.”
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