The striker wants the team to build on their win over Walsall tonight at the Ricoh Arena...
Coventry City striker Frank Nouble has said that the team "don't fear anyone" as they welcome Swindon Town to the Ricoh Arena tonight.
The Robins are currently unbeaten in their last four away games and have the best away record in the league, losing two and winning seven of their 12 games away from the County Ground.
But Nouble says that City should not be intimidated by high-flying Swindon and the striker hopes to mark his new contract with the club with a goal.
"Swindon have had a great year," Nouble said.
"They've come in as underdogs this season to an extent and done really well.
"We need to be ready to stop their current away run.
"We've started 2015 well and we don't fear anyone. The last time we were on Sky I scored, so it's a good omen! The last time I signed, I scored and obviously I want to do that again, but we're under no illusions it will be a tough game.
"Hopefully we can continue where we we have started so far this year."
Sky Blues fans who follow Nouble on Twitter will be familiar with the striker's use of #CL4CK, and he finally revealed the story behind the popular hashtag.
Nouble said: "It just means something positive! It was something silly I got off my mate, when we were playing FIFA he would always say it after he scored and it was really annoying.
"So I always say it now in a positive light. It's just a bit of banter really and the fans seem to like it so I'll keep doing it!"