The City defender has also opened up his experiences in the Indian Super League with Kerala Blasters...
Coventry City defender Peter Ramage believes he has a lot of offer the Sky Blues since signing for the club.
City snapped up the experienced defender on contract until the end of the 2015/16 season to bolster Tony Mowbray's defensive options.
The 32-year old, who has previously played for Crystal Palace, Queens Park Rangers and Newcastle United, spent a week on trial at the club before signing with the club.
Ramage admits it is a 'great environment' at the Sky Blues and that he is fit and ready for first-team action with City.
The City defender said: "I'm really excited to be here. It was something that was in the pipeline over the Christmas period to come in and to show what I can do.
"I'm joining a really positive group of players who have created a great environment here and I'm looking forward to getting out there on the pitch.
"I'm fit and ready to go. I came back at the start of December but I was very mindful that something might come up so I've kept myself in good shape.
"I know I've got a lot of experience to offer the team and I'm sure I can have a positive impact on the rest of the season for Coventry City."
Ramage's last club was in the Indian Super League for Kerala Blasters and the Newcastle-born defender admits it was a great experience.
He added: "I went out to play in the Indian Super League and it was an incredible experience and one thing I'm delighted I've done.
"It was something I was really excited to at my stage in life as I always wanted to go and experience football abroad and I'm delighted I did it.
"India is an incredible place. I got to go to the Taj Mahal when I was over there and it is an experience I'll never forget.
"The crowds were incredible over there. At Kerala Blasters, we'd get 70,000 people turning up to watch us at a home game. It was a crazy experience and really happy I did it."