Sky Blues striker, David Bremang admitted he is hoping the goals can continue to come, after an impressive run of form.
Bremang has scored four goals in the last three Under-23 fixtures, including a brace away at Charlton which saw City come from a goal down.
David joined the Sky Blues this past summer after being spotted in the Conquest Academy, who develop young footballer in the Southern part of the country.
The 18 year-old said it took some time to settle down after moving to Coventry, but now he is enjoying his football.
He said: “I’ve started to settle down and I’m enjoying it now.
“When I started it was a bit different to where I’m from and I’ve had to get used to it and now I’m starting to like it a lot.
“I’m still getting used to the way of playing and I have to do more things to improve for myself and then to help the team going forward.
“It feels good to have got a few goals recently because I don’t think I started off too well when I joined.
“But now I’ve got the first few, I’ve started to score more and hopefully I can continue this from now on.
“It’s helped me boost my confidence knowing that I can come into the game and my mindset is right and I can help the team try and win.”
David was on the scoresheet again last week, as he scored from the spot to put City in front against QPR at the Alan Higgs Centre on Friday.
The striker played his part by winning the penalty and also enjoyed an assist for Reise Allassani, who added a third late on.
Bremang believes City dominated that game in the second half and well worth the three points, as he aims to continue his goal scoring form.
“It was a good game, the mistake cost us a goal in the first half, but after the break we got back into the game in the second half.
“Once they went down to ten men after we had equalised, it helped create more space and we controlled the game and we went on and got the other goals and got the win.
“It was good to be amongst the goals and help the team with assists and that’s what I want to keep doing, get myself in positions to help the team score goals.
“The target is to keep scoring, keep assisting and hopefully I will get my chance in the first team at some point.”