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"It is one more chance to impress before we speak to the manager on Monday. I've got to be focused." - Coventry City's Mark Marshall

2 May 2014

The City winger also believes the Sky Blues can end the season on a positive note at Sheffield United....

Coventry City winger Mark Marshall believes City's final game of the season against Sheffield United will be 'one more chance' to impress City boss Steven Pressley.

The Sky Blues travel to Bramall Lane tomorrow looking to build on their 1-1 draw with Wolverhampton Wanderers at Sixfields last week.

The City manager revealed yesterday that he will sit down with every player on Monday to discuss their futures at the club as he begins preparations for next season.

Marshall, who is in contention for the Blades trip, wants to put in a good performance and impress the City manager before Monday's meetings.

The 26-year old said: "I don't know any more about my future here than I did a week ago. Everyone has to sit down with the gaffer on Monday. 

"I've got to put that to the back of my mind ahead of Saturday's match. I've got to be focused on what I need to do going into the game.

"It is one more chance to impress before we speak to the manager on Monday so I'm looking to play well. Like I've said before, I'd love to stay at the club.

"I feel comfortable and when you've been embraced by the fans, you look forward to expressing yourself in every game."

The winger moved to the club on a free transfer in February and has made 13 appearances for the Sky Blues, starting four out of the last five games.

With City looking to stretch their unbeaten run over the Blades to seven games, Marshall believes City will end the season with a positive result.

He added: "Every player should always want to do well and perform in every game they play, and the next game will be no different.

"We want to go out there and win every game. You know what they say, you're only as good as your last game.

"For me, it is what I love doing. I always like to come off the pitch and hear people say I've done well as it gives me that buzz.

"It will be a difficult game but it is a great place to go and play football so we're looking forward to it."


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