Sky Blues defender Reece Brown is enjoying his time at CCFC...
Coventry City defender Reece Brown says he is enjoying life at the Sky Blues since his summer loan move from Manchester United.
The 20-year old has started every game so far this season, including filling in at right-back whilst Jordan Clarke recovers from injury.
With plenty of competition in the centre of defence, Brown is hoping he can continue to develop and keep his place in the side.
The City defender said: "I have been really happy that I kept my place in the side and I feel like I am getting better with each game.
"The main reason I came here was to get games and push on my own game so to see that taking place is really pleasing.
"I have moved into the area now as well and I have settled in great. I just hope there are more games for me to come.
"It is always good to have competition, which we have, but I just have to hope I can keep training hard to keep my place in the side.
"The only thing missing at the moment is getting that first league win but as soon as we get that, it will really get the ball rolling."
Brown scored his penalty in the midweek shoot-out against Burton Albion in the Johnstone Paint Trophy as Coventry progressed past the Brewers, winning on penalties 10-9.
The Manchester United loanee hopes the confidence from the penalty shoot-out win lifts the squad ahead of Sunday's clash with Stevenage.
He added: "We were disappointed we couldn't finish it in normal time but to get the win in the end will give us a confidence boost.
"We will recover well from Burton, having our main training sessions on Friday and Saturday so we are ready for the game on Sunday.
"It is live on tv as well which always gives that added boost for a player so it will be a good occasion for the whole team.
"Stevenage will be a difficult game for us as they are a good side. But if we can improve, it should be a good day for us."