Striker Marc McNulty has expressed his delight after agreeing to join Coventry City.
The 24 year old Scottish striker has put pen to paper on a two year deal with the Sky Blues, which will commence following the expiry of his contract with Sheffield United.
“I’m delighted to join it’s a massive football club and I’m excited to start.
“I’m a striker, I like to score goals. I like to be in the box and I like to be on the end of chances.”
McNulty spent time at Bradford City earlier in the 2016/17 campaign before returning to parent club and League One champions Sheffield United, and is looking to impress Sky Blues fans with his goalscoring ability:
“It’s been a frustrating year. I’ve been back at Sheffield United since January, and I haven’t had a chance to show people what I can do this season.
“I was at Portsmouth in League Two the year before and scored a few goals, and again in the season before at Sheffield United too. Coming here I’m definitely hopeful I can bring the club goals.”
Reflecting on his previous spell in League Two at Pompey, where he played alongside fellow new Sky Blues recruit Michael Doyle, the striker said:
“It’s a tough league, there are no easy games. The Manager here has a lot of experience and will do well for all of the boys. I spoke to the Manager on a couple of occasions, and I’m really looking forward to getting started.”
With the deal to join the Sky Blues now agreed, McNulty can look ahead to good news off the field too.
“I’ve started my pre-season schedule already. My partner is about to give birth to my first little one -it’s due in the next two weeks. I’ll then get my head down and ready for the new season.”