Sky Blues forward Bright Enobakhare notched his sixth goal of his loan spell as City overcame Bradford 2-0 at the Ricoh Arena.
Jordy Hiwula had given City the lead in the first half and Bright made sure the three points would be staying in the Midlands in the 88th minute.
It was a win that kept the Sky Blues’ play-off hopes alive and it was a more than deserved according to Enobakhare.
He said: “I just need to put my head down and wait for my chance to come. I was happy and it was what we deserved.
“The gaffer was telling us to just keep the ball and play, but we can’t really play because of the pitch, but we don’t need to complain, we need to keep our heads down and play the way we do in training.
“We have to win, we don’t need to worry about the pitch, we need to focus on the three points and getting in to the Playoffs.
“They play five at the back, so it was difficult for us to get space in the middle and try and play the ball through.
“Kells (Liam Kelly) knew that I was going to make the run, it was what we had worked on in training. He knew I was going to make it and he’s played me in, then I knew I wasn’t offside, so I just had to shoot and see what happens.”
The Sky Blues travel to Portsmouth on Easter Monday and Bright is confident of getting a result at Fratton Park and furthering his goal tally.
“I think that we are better away, and we show that through our reputation, and we work together as a team.” He said.
“When I left Wolves, I told one of the staff that I want to score eight this season and I made a bet with him, so that is what I am working on. I don’t just want to score eight though, I want to score more.”
Bright has adapted well to life in League One and admits that he has settled well at Coventry.
“Coventry is like a home to be honest.
“When I came, I was really happy to be around the place and the boys are really good to me, so I feel like I am at home.”