The striker revealed that he never let his head drop despite playing in the Under-21s...
Coventry City striker Marcus Tudgay has admitted that he is disappointed he hasn't featured more in the first-team this season.
The Sky Blues frontman has netted four times this season including the crucial equaliser against Crawley Town on the final day of the season.
Tudgay told the Coventry Telegraph that he was always eager to work his way back into the side and never let his attitude slip despite a lengthy time on the sidelines.
"I have been disappointed I haven’t played more," Tudgay said.
"It’s a case of football being about opinions. Some people might think one thing about me, and some another.
"But I didn’t sulk, just got on with it and had a spell in the 21s where I kept myself fit and got myself a few goals to keep my confidence going.
"I kept myself going, had positive thoughts. I’ve been in the team and scored an important goal on the final day. It’s a funny old game and hopefully if the manager stays I’ll be knocking on his door about next year."
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