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'Delighted no-one left the club'

5 September 2013

Franck Moussa also hopes to see City take advantage of the next two home games...

Coventry City midfielder Franck Moussa admits he was 'delighted' to see every member of Steven Pressley's side stay at the club when the transfer window closed this week.

The Sky Blues have been in impressive form at the start of the 2013/14 League One season, with the side currently unbeaten in four games having lost just one match against Crawley Town on the opening day of the season.

Moussa has scored three goals already this season as he looks to beat last season's total of six goals for the Sky Blues.

The Belgian midfielder was aware other club's had been looking at several members of the City squad but was delighted to see the team stay intact.

The 24-year old said: "I am really enjoying my football at the moment. We have got a great group here at the club and we are all working towards the same goal, which is great.

"There is still a few things we need to work on so we can't get too far ahead of ourselves and must focus on improving all the time to make sure we keep getting the right results.

"I think it is really positive that we still have the same players here that we started the season with. That gives us the opportunity to really build on our start to the season.

"We need to improve with each other as we have got used to playing with each other now so it would have been very disappointing to see anyone leave."

Coventry's next two games are at home against Colchester United and Gillingham, with a chance to build on the solid form they have shown at Sixfields.

City are unbeaten at Sixfields and Moussa hopes the team can continue their form at home over the next two matches.

He added: "Personally, I feel that playing at Sixfields is just another game where you need to represent the club in the right way.

"The fact it is not in Coventry is not ideal but at the end of the day, it is still a football match where you have to do your best for the fans.

"You have to play your best for the shirt, no matter where it is. We have scored a lot of goals there already so hopefully the fans who have came to watch us have been entertained.

"As a player, your main aim is to win games for the football club and that is what we have to continue to focus on."


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