Captain Michael Doyle was one of eight players to visit the Bablake playing fields yesterday as part of the ongoing Sky Blues in the Community visits...
Aswell as two other visits across Coventry for the rest of Mark Robins' side, Doyle has reiterated the importance of remaining connected with the local Community.
Doyle said: "David Busst and the team do alot of work in the community and it's a pleasure for us as players to come down and show our faces, sign some autographs and answer some questions.
"The kids were brilliant, well mannered and a lot of them were Coventry fans as well which is great. As players you probably don't do this enough so it's great to get out, especially this time of year."
Whilst Doyle and some of the squad visited Bablake, Tile Hill and Radford were also two locations the Sky Blues visited yesterday.
As normal with these visits, there were some challenging questions asked by th young Sky Blues fans.
"They were okay today, I know there have been challenging questions in the past, what car do you drive is a normal one I hear, but today they were as good as gold.
"It's good to see a load of players down here. there is a mix of younger players and experience. I think there is a big emphasis this year with the community and most of the squad have been out and about today,"
He added: "It's something you can't do enough as players. We need to stop seeing these Chelsea and Manchester United shirts and see some more Coventry!"