Striker Stuart Beavon determined to 'put things right' as City prepare to host Wycombe live on Sky...
City's players intent on putting on a show for the club's fans, with a larger than normal gate expected at tomorrow night's EFL Trophy semi-final.
Fans have already snapped up 9,000 tickets, with tickets also available on the turnstiles from 6.15pm Tuesday evening.
Beavon spoke to the press ahead of the knockout tie: "The mood is a little bit low, but we’re coming in every day knowing that we need to put things right quickly," the 32-year old said.
"Everyone plays their part, we’re fully aware of where we are and what we need to do to put it right.
"The cup is a welcome distraction, we need to start winning games and tomorrow could well be the start of that."
The ex-Burton forward has begun life well at the Sky Blues, and will be in contention to start tomorrow against League Two outfit Wycombe. Beavon has three assists and a goal to his name to date, and will be hoping to extend that influence tomorrow.
He added: "We go out every game to put on a show for the fans, we concentrate on the football, and we’re fully committed on the pitch. We’ll have to work tirelessly tomorrow, to match them.
"We’ve got a few games in quick succession, that is a chance to put it right. A few wins can put it right.
"Fans can play a massive part tomorrow night, if they are there in plenty of numbers and shouting it gives us a massive boost."