The Sky Blues striker also talks about his first goal at Millwall and wanting to bounce back from last weekend here...
Coventry City striker Adam Armstrong is eager to see the Sky Blues bounce back from last weekend’s defeat to Scunthorpe United.
City face Chesterfield on Saturday in their only home game of the month and the first fixture at the Ricoh Arena since the 2-2 draw with Southend.
Armstrong has been on England international duty since then but is pleased to be back with the Sky Blues and wants to see a positive result against the Spireites at the weekend.
"I’m really happy here at Coventry City," Armstrong said.
"It’s all working out really well and I’m just looking to push on and keep improving.
"It’s always an honour to represent your country but I’m back now and I’m working hard to keep learning and we’re ready for Saturday’s game.
"All the games will be tough from now on and we’re looking to bounce back from the defeat last week with a strong performance.”
Armstrong was speaking after receiving the Sky Blues’ Goal of the Month award for August, with his wonderful 40-yard chip against Millwall receiving 43% of the overall vote.
The Newcastle loanee hailed the strike as one of his best ever goals and was delighted to win the award.
He continued: "It’s a great achievement to get a goal of the month and I’m always going to remember that goal.
"It’s probably one of the best goal I’ve ever scored at any level, I was delighted to see it fly in.
"I always look for the keeper to see if they’re alert. I saw him off his line and luckily it went in for a good goal.
"It was a great day getting the win against Millwall, the lads put a real shift in and it doesn’t get much better than beating them 4-0 away from home."