Marc McNulty says that every goal he scores makes him more confidence ahead of tomorrow's clash with Crawley Town in West Sussex.
The Sky Blues head into the weekend inside the play-off places and nine points behind the top three, and McNulty off the back of a nomination for the PFA Player of the Month award for March.
"It is great to be nominated for these things. I have won it before and I always take confidence from it. It is great to be recognised," he said.
"My confidence has really snowballed this season. The more goals I have scored then the more confident I have got.
"That first goal changed a lot in my mind. Then against Stevenage, the ball just hit me and went in. It was not a great goal by any means, but the confidence you take from helps.
"I was very unlucky at the start of the season. Nothing was falling for me but I am just happy that I am finding the net now."
McNulty started the season struggling to find the net for Mark Robins' side but that soon changed as he went on to smash his 20-goal target part thanks to a hat-trick at home against Grimsby Town.
"We have five games left. Each game is massive. The boys have been working really hard this week and we know how big a game it is.
"Some sides around us have dropped points and we have a chance to capitalise.
"We haven't spoken about a points target but I would imagine nine points would get us there. There are fifteen points to play for and we are going to be trying to win every game."
He added: "If I score then great, but the three points is what I am after."