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INTERVIEW: Enobakhare On First Sky Blues Goal

The attacker was off the mark against Gillingham...

3 February 2019

Bright Enobakhare believes that the Sky Blues need to learn from their mistakes against Gillingham if they want to bolster their position in League One.

The on-loan Wolves man notched his first goal for City against the Gills, converting after Amadou Bakayoko had been denied.

A late penalty from Tom Eaves earned the visitors a point at the Ricoh, but Enobakhare believes it was a game that the Sky Blues should have won.

“We need to learn from our mistakes and carry on from there.” He said.

“I think most of the games we have lost we should win but we are not doing the right thing at the right time and that is what we need to work on.”

Bright had given City the lead in the 68th minute from a move that he started in his own half.

“The gaffer just said run and just go direct. That is what happened today and as I passed the ball I just kept running in to the box and I got my goal.

“I wasn’t expecting the ball to come back, I was just waiting in the box and that’s what happened, and I got my reward.

“The gaffer told me to keep going, keep trying to find the ball, and run at them. I think I need to start doing that more and get on with it.

“I have been waiting for this, so I think it’ll be the first of many.”

The forward has enjoyed life so far in Coventry after signing early on in the January transfer window but believes there is still work to do.

“I love it here, it is like home. They treat me really good here, the gaffer, the staff, and everyone. I am pleased to be here.

“We need to work and learn from our mistakes and carry on from there.

“We should have won this game if we use our chances, we have to go back and watch the clips and see where we made our mistakes and we need to work on that.

“It was an amazing atmosphere, I wasn’t expecting it. The boys told me when we were coming out it would be a large crowd, but it was amazing to see the supporters.”

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