City entertain Sheffield United, a side currently struggling to maintain their Championship status this season and The Blades recently replaced their manager Gary Speed, who accepted the Wales manager's job, with former Coventry City manager Micky Adams, who has yet to lead his side to a win since taking over at Bramall Lane.
Coventry go into the game after a confidence boosting win in the FA Cup, but need to halt their recent run of poor form in the league, so a win over Sheffield United is seen as vital and Westwood agrees, saying to the CT: "Sheffield United is an even bigger game now because we have to build on Saturday's result and hopefully get another win.
"We have to try to knock the ball about like we have done. We played it on the deck a bit more and I thought we mixed it up very well. We played some good football at times and played the right ball as well."