Coventry City manager Mark Robins has said that his players cannot let the season fizzle out.
The Sky Blues have dropped out of the play-off zone thanks to two defeats and need to get wins in the majority of their last fifteen matches in order to try and get out of this division at the first attempt.
"On the back of two defeats on the bounce we have to go and win the game," said Robins in a quote being run by the Coventry Telegraph:
"But there are 15 games left and they will run out really quickly if we are not careful and then things will fizzle out.
“The club has got a history of that and we can’t accept that as players, a group of people, as the manager and we certainly won’t accept that.
"So they have got to get their fingers out and start winning football matches again."