The Sky Blues latest signing Marko Marosi is looking forward to the new challenge that awaits him at Coventry City next season.
The keeper has agreed to join City upon the expiry of his contract at fellow League One side Doncaster Rovers.
Marko has made 42 appearances for Rovers during the 2018/19 season, helping the side get into the play-off places, in which they were defeated on penalties to Charlton Athletic.
However, Marko has now decided to take on a new challenge at Coventry City and he can’t wait for the start of pre-season with the Sky Blues.
He said: “One hundred percent this challenge is exciting.
“I’m excited to come in and work hard and show what I can do and hopefully help the team to achieve our goals.
“I wish the new season was starting today, I just want to get going. I can’t wait to come back for pre-season and meet all the lads and kick on.
“I’m looking forward to working with the lads and the coaches and it’s a new fresh start for me a new challenge and I’m really looking forward to working with Aled Williams and all the goalkeepers.”
The 25-year-old admitted the size of Coventry City was one of the drawing points in making the move from Doncaster.
Marosi believes the ambitions of the club match his own and also believes he will be able to improve his game with the Sky Blues and the new Head of Goalkeeping, Aled Williams.
“It’s a massive club with ambition and they always want to kick on and go higher and higher and that’s the same with me I want to play as high as I possibly can, and I feel like this is the right club.
“I’ve spoken to Aled and I’ve met him we had a nice long chat and I feel like he can improve me.
“There’s a lot of things that I need to improve on and a lot of things that need to be worked on and I know for a fact he’s going to push me and that I’m going to learn from him.
“We’re both excited to work together and I can’t wait to meet the lads and kick on for the new season.”
Marosi had spent the last five years in Yorkshire with Doncaster Rovers, having joined the club from Wigan Athletic in 2014.
Reflecting on his time with Donny, Marosi told how it was a difficult decision to leave the club, but believes it was the right time to start a new challenge.
“It has been a long season and a good season, and I think a successful season for me with Doncaster, but I’m ready to move on and I’m ready for a new challenge.
“It was a difficult decision to make. I’ve been there a long time and I’ve met some good people and I’ve made some really good friends so that part will be difficult.
“I had settled there with the Mrs, but like I said it’s a fresh start for me and a new challenge and I’m ready for it.”