Coventry City manager Mark Robins has said that he knows what his side are capable of doing.
Plenty feel that his team should already have had a League One play-off confirmed if the players had taken their chances and not conceded soft goals such as the one which saw City lose at home to Burton Albion a week ago.
However, City remain handily placed for an assault on the final play-off place and are not only three points behind Doncaster Rovers, who occupy the final play-off spot.
Speaking to the press conference this morning, Robins said: “We’re in a decent run of form, a decent place mentally, and we’ve got a good way of playing”,
“But we have had a lot of injuries, and that’s another consideration for me on where we expect to be and how we expect to perform each game.
“I know what we’re capable of doing, I know what we struggle with. While we’re performing at the level that we are, I know that at our top level we are capable of giving anybody a really good game.
“We all know what I feel about this club, it’s a great club. We need to make sure it ends up where we want to be.
“We want to be Championship minimum, fighting to try and get back in that Premier League.
“We’ve got a really good competitive team that’s young, vibrant and energetic. It has that naivety but it’s exciting – it’s exciting to see the young players start to push and to be in the position we are at this stage of the season.
"We want to keep that going as long as we possibly can do, and see where we end up.”
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