City's left-back also hopes to help keep a clean sheet against Bristol City tonight...
Coventry City left-back Blair Adams has vowed to score at least one goal before the end of the 2013/14 League One season.
The 22-year old moved to the Sky Blues from Premier League Sunderland last November and has firmly established himself as the club's first-choice left-back.
Adams has made 51 appearances for the club so far but has failed to hit the net for the Sky Blues, despite scoring an own goal against Walsall last season.
Having hit the post during the 3-1 win against Rotherham United on New's Years Day, Adams is determined to find the net for the Sky Blues.
Asked if he is any closer to finding the net, the City left-back said: "I'm trying my best!
"I'm determined to get a goal before the end of the season. I went really close a couple of times so I've just got to keep trying.
"I thought the shot I had against Rotherham was in but it wasn't to be. It is something I would like to get out of the way."
City travel to Ashton Gate tonight where they're set to face a Bristol City side looking to edge further away from the League One drop-zone.
The Sky Blues edged a nine-goal thriller at Sixfields earlier in the season but Adams hopes there isn't too many goals this time round.
He added: "It was a crazy game last time and even though we won, you don't really want to be conceding that many goals.
"We have worked a lot on our defensive shape and with Dan Seaborne at the club now, I think we're a lot more secure at the back.
"We will hopefully keep a clean sheet and keep the goals out this time. The side always carry the threat of scoring goals so if we do that, I'm sure we can get a result.
"With the game called off at the weekend, the lads are ready to go and really looking forward to it."