The Sky Blues striker wants to extend his loan deal, which expires after the Walsall game on Saturday...
Loan striker Frank Nouble spoke to the Coventry Telegraph after the Chesterfield game about his future with the club. Here is what he had to say...
Coventry City striker Frank Nouble told the Coventry Telegraph that he is eager to stay with the club.
Nouble, on loan from Championship side Ipswich Town, has featured 14 times for the Sky Blues since September, scoring four times.
But the striker, whose loan deal expires after the Walsall game, is under no illusions that he may have to leave the Tractor Boys to find first-team football and wants his future to remain with City.
"My last game is Saturday but I have already said to the manager that I want to stay so it’s up to the club now," Nouble said.
"My contract is finished at Ipswich at the end of the season so I think it will be another loan until the end of the season and if I do well then I am pretty sure Coventry will want me to stay.
“The squad is good here and I do like it here. I told the manager that after I’d been left out, but I also said I want to be playing because it won’t be the happiest times for me if I’m not.
“But looking at the overall picture I know that once I’m back in the team I’ll stay in because I know I am one of the players who can make a difference when we’re attacking, and he agrees.”
For the full interview with Nouble from the Telegraph's website click here.