The City left-back has also believes City can go on a fantastic run from now until the end of the season...
Coventry City left-back Blair Adams believes the new loan signings have added an extra dimension to the side ahead of the MK Dons game.
The Sky Blues go into tomorrow's game against the Dons looking to stretch their unbeaten run to four games in League One.
MK Dons have lost three out of their last four games but have won their last four away games so City should expect a difficult test at Sixfields tomorrow.
David Prutton, Anton Robinson and Nathan Eccleston joined the club before the emergency loan window ended, and Adams has welcomed their arrival at Coventry City.
The 22-year old said: "I think David and Anton have both been superb since they came into the club.
"They've both got a wealth of experience which really helped the side at certain times during the wins at Crewe and against Stevenage.
"It helped get us over the line in those games. Leadership is something we've missed as David is always talking on the pitch and it really helps the side.
"Maybe that is something we've missed. They would both bring a lot of qualities to any side. Nathan did well against Bradford and you can tell he is hungry to do well.
"He is putting in a lot of effort and I think if he can get more minutes on the pitch, he will continue to improve."
City are currently in 13th place in League One, nine points away from the relegation zone and 12 points away from the play-offs.
Despite City's mid-table position, Adams believes City can still go on a 'fantastic run' to get a higher league position.
He added: "A lot of people might look at the table and say we don't have much to play for. But really, as a footballer, you're competitive by nature.
"You should go into every game looking to win every game. If we can go on a fantastic run, we can improve our league position and give us one which is more befitting of our efforts this season.
"We've got to take the form that we're in into the next game and the game after that. If you can win every game, the play-offs could still be there."