David McGoldrick on the possibility of extending his loan deal...
Coventry City striker David McGoldrick has stated he would be open to extend his loan spell at the club after his current deal expires in January.
The 24-year old has enjoyed a great loan spell at the Sky Blues so far making nine appearances and scoring three goals for the side.
He has endeared himself to the City support because of his all-action displays and has drawn recent praise from manager Mark Robins and team-mates alike.
The Forest loanee confessed he hasn’t thought much about extending the deal but says he would be open to it.
Answering whether he has given any thought to beyond January, McGoldrick said: “I haven’t given any thought to that really. We have still got October, November and December to go through and anything could happen in that time.
“At the minute I am just concentrating on the football and with the game at York tomorrow, I am just hoping to get some minutes and work on scoring more goals for the club.
“But I am playing football here and the manager seems to like me. I am getting a great relationship with the fans and this is a great football club.
“I would never say no to Coventry if something came through in January but you never know what Forest are thinking. But also you don’t know what they are thinking here so not everything is in my hands.
“Forest has kept in touch with me since coming here and I still have a good relationship with the people down there. I think they have come to a few games so we will see what happens in January.”
McGoldrick has featured in every City game, bar the Capital One Cup defeat to Arsenal having been cup-tied, since he completed his loan move to the club and says he is delighted to be playing regular football.
He added: “It has been really good so far as I am playing regularly and I love playing football so I have really enjoyed it.
“I am just happy to keep my form going and the boys have taken to me well since I joined. I want to be involved in every game if I’m honest, including the trip to York.
“For me, another game is another chance to score goals, whatever competition it is in. It is a great chance to go out there and help the team keep the run going.
“When you are winning, you just want to keep playing and you don’t want the games to stop. I think it will do us some good and give us even more confidence.”