Sky Blues loan midfielder Mohamed Coulibaly wants to make his mark for City in League One
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Coventry City loan midfielder Mohamed Coulibaly says he wants to use his loan spell with the Sky Blues to make an impact in League One this coming season.
The 25-year-old winger, who signed an initial half-season loan deal from parent club Bournemouth, arrives at City fit and ready to go after overcoming an Achilles injury which limited his opportunities with the Cherries last season.
The French playmaker was set to play an integral role with Bournemouth in the Championship last season until injury cut his campaign short but his side he has worked hard to get himself back to full fitness and added that he is looking forward to the challenge of League One with the Sky Blues.
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"I just want to do my best for Coventry City." he said. "Last season was difficult for me because of my injury but I'm determined this year will be good.
"I've seen some quality in the training sessions we've done here so far and the manager has made sure we train at the intensity he wants and for me that's good because that's the way I want to play.
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"I want to do everything I can to be at my best for the club and the fans because in League One there are some very good teams so it will be very tough but we are all doing evereything we can to make sure we are ready for the start of the season."
When asked about what Sky Blues supporters can expect from him next season he added: "I just want to play at the best level I can and hopefully fans can judge me and what I can do for themselves.
"I'm a quick winger that likes to go into one-on-one situations so I'm looking forward to being given the opportunity to do that but as a team we want to get that first game and the first five games and look to what we can achieve this season."
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