Sky Blues frontman Jonson Clarke-Harris has vocalised that his side need to regroup and move forward to the next fixture after falling to defeat against Luton Town.
The Sky Blues suffered defeat yesterday afternoon at the Ricoh Arena when two goals either side of half-time for the Hatters proved enough.
Clarke-Harris put away his spot-kick to make it 2-1 in the 90th minute, but City ran out of time to get back into the game.
Talking to the local press after the game, Jonson admitted that him and his team mates will need to look to regroup ahead of the next trip to Shrewsbury Town.
He said: “We have to regroup Monday and carry on what we’ve been doing.
“This is football, everything can change so quickly.
“If we just keep doing what we’re doing, we’ll be alright, we've been playing good football.”
The Sky Blues striker believes the team’s recent run of form isn’t down to confidence within the squad.
He added: “It’s not confidence with us, because we are always buzzing.
“We just didn’t play how we normally play, and it’s as simple as that.”
At the conclusion of the interview, Clarke-Harris insisted that it’s all about looking to the next game as the team created a number of chances.
“We got hold of the game, even after the second goal, and we had chances.
“If I scored the header it could’ve been a completely different story all over again.
“We’ve got another game next week, so we’ll have to put it right then.”
City face Shrewsbury Town away from home next weekend, in their last fixture before Christmas Day.