The City midfielder gives an exclusive interview to the award winning PUSB along with our other regular features...
Coventry City centurion Conor Thomas has revealed in the PUSB match-day programme how "it is a dream" to have already made over 100 appearances for the Sky Blues.
The City midfielder has clocked up 112 appearances for the club at the age of 21, having progressed through the City Academy.
“I don’t think there are many people my age with that many appearances especially for their hometown club," Thomas said.
“I feel because I’ve been around for so long I feel older than I am! But to get that many appearances I have to look at that with great pride.
“When you come through the Academy, all those years are put in working towards getting into the first team.
"It’s not an overnight thing and it’s really hard work, but it is a dream for me to play here at Coventry City."
Our player feature with Thomas is accompanied by a number of other features, with Jordan Willis taking on our regular team mates feature, telling us whose car was filled with 'polystyrene balls' in a training ground prank and who he thinks is the best singer at the club.
Ryan Haynes also tells us who he would like to change places with in our Changing Places feature, while Jim O'Brien gives his take with his Captain's Column.
We also have the latest on the Academy and Under-21 Squads from managers Jason Farndon and former coach Darren Murray respectively, on top of our in depth visitors section - giving you all you need to know about today's opponents Rochdale!
For just £3, you can pick up all of this and much more in tomorrow's PUSB!