Coventry City manager Mark Robins has said that City need to build on the feel good factor that the FA Cup win over Stoke City produced.
City travel today to Exeter City, third in the league and looking to get the neccessary points to keep the Sky Blues in the automatic promotion places.
Robins said about the Exeter game to the media: “Everybody enjoyed the result last week and that it what it is all about.
“You can enjoy that for a day or so and then it is back to work. Fair play to the players because they have worked hard and have done their jobs well when they came back in.
“We have got a tough game and a long trip now, but we need to build on that feel-good factor and take it into the game tomorrow.
“I know Paul Tisdale well. We played together in Greece and he has done remarkably well at Exeter.
“Exeter turn over plenty of players, but they bring good ones in and give a lot of the younger players opportunities before turning out to do really well in their careers.
“Along with Steve Perryman, they do really well.”