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'I hope to stay here and progress'

20 December 2012

Franck Moussa hopes he can extend his deal at the club past his current deal...

Coventry City midfielder Franck Moussa hopes he extends his stay at the club ahead of the Preston North End match.

The Belgian midfielder's current deal expires in mid-January and he has currently made 19 appearances for the Sky Blues, scoring three goals including his brilliant strike against Doncaster last week.

The 23-year old is currently enjoying one of the most consistent spells of his career and he hopes he can stay at the club to progress his skills under Sky Blues boss Mark Robins.

Moussa said: "I am really enjoying my football at the moment because we are playing well at the moment and winning games. We always look likely to score every game which we are in and we are playing some exciting football.

"When I signed for the club, I knew the length of the deal and I knew what was expected of me. I needed to come in here and prove myself quickly to get into the side.

"I think I have done well here and I hope I have proved myself enough that something will happen. This manager, this club, gave me a chance and I hope I have repaid his trust in me.

"His management style gives me a lot of confidence whilst I'm playing and the way we are going at the moment, you don't know how far we could go.

"I feel good at this club and I can't find any reason to leave."

Moussa has started the last eight games for Coventry and has played a crucial role in City scoring 18 goals in the last five league matches.

With the difficult Christmas schedule coming up with Preston North End visiting the Ricoh Arena on Saturday, Moussa believes the games present a great opportunity to get amongst the play-off places.

He added: "The games give us a great opportunity to test ourselves and to move up the league table because there are a lot of points up for grabs in a short space of time.

"The games are up against some teams who are up there at the moment so it will be a good opportunity for us to test ourselves.

"We played well against Doncaster and they are one of the teams who are up there and we did really well. If we can do that on a consistent basis then we can prove to the league how good we are."

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