Marko Marosi is “enjoying learning” every day with the Sky Blues ahead of their trip to Peterborough United in Sky Bet League One on Saturday afternoon.
Marosi has started every single league game since his arrival this summer and played a key role in City’s come from behind win against Fleetwood Town in mid-week.
He made numerous crucial saves to keep City in the contest during the first half which included denying Kyle Dempsey’s bullet header from close range, a save Marosi is particularly proud of.
The win also ended a run of four league games without a victory for the Sky Blues and pushed them back into the play-off places.
Marosi said: “I think it was a massive win for us against Fleetwood. We never had any doubts about turning our form around, we know what we’re capable of.
“We were really happy with the win and we just want to keep the momentum going this weekend.
“I was happy to make the saves I needed to on Wednesday night, but in the second half I had nothing to do. The lads were just outstanding.
“I would say the header is the best save of the three. I got the position spot on and the save comes from the positioning.
“It was a little bit of a rough patch, but it’s important to keep working hard and concentrating on the job we have to do as a team.”
The goalkeeper says he is loving life with the Sky Blues and that learning every day is something that he relishes.
“I’m really enjoying it, I’m loving it here. I enjoy working hard every day and, more importantly, learning every day so you can never get comfortable.
“I put pressure on myself when I watch clips from each game and every game there’s always things to improve on.
“If you work hard on the training pitch it’ll show on a matchday.”
He also looked ahead to Saturday’s opponents Peterborough and is more than aware of the attacking threat Darren Ferguson’s side pose.
“We’re aware of their threats and their strengths in terms of scoring goals, but we’re also aware of their weaknesses.
“It’s a good game to be involved in, but we have to be at it tomorrow, from the first whistle, to get a good result.
“It doesn’t matter who the opponent is, you have to study hard for every game. We just have to do our best and try and get the points.”
Marosi also believes that despite City failing to win an away league fixture this season, there is no added pressure on the team to claim that elusive first victory on the road.
“I don’t think we put any pressure on ourselves as a team. We know what we’re capable of and just concentrate on ourselves.
“Each individual player has certain roles and pressures to keep clean sheets or to score goals, but as a team we don’t feel any pressure.
“We always want to win away from home, we’re not haunted by the fact we haven’t managed to do that yet.
“We just need to concentrate on our strategy and our plan and hopefully bring home the points.”