Sky Blues midfielder Callum O’Hare emphasised his desire to bounce back from defeat, as City hope to retain the three points at the Coventry Building Society Arena tomorrow.
The 23-year-old looked back on Tuesday’s contest at Cardiff in preparation for this weekend’s game at home to Barnsley.
“We’ve got to just rally the troops really, keep everyone confident and go out at the weekend and show everyone what we have been doing for most of the season.” O’Hare stated.
“It was a disappointing result the other night, we’re looking to bounce back, and I’m feeling alright and ready to go.
“It’s a bit mad this year in the league; two wins could put you right back in there so we’ve got to just focus, get the three points at the weekend and move on from there.”
Ahead of tomorrow’s 3pm kick-off, O’Hare analysed the lessons which the Sky Blues can take from last time out in Wales.
“I think patience and focus; on Tuesday we were keeping the ball well and then I think we got too in the mindset that we have to score.
“Then we went a bit too forwards and then they could counter us quite easily, so hopefully we can just be patient and carve out chances, and when we have chances we put them away.”
O’Hare also reflected on his own performances this campaign, as well as his hope for City’s season ahead.
“I feel like I’m playing well. Overall I am playing well and if I can start to get more goals and assists then I feel like it will be a decent season.
“It was a bad result on Tuesday but other than that we’ve been good this season. If we can put a few results together then we can climb back up the table and show what we’ve been doing all year.
“I feel like we were playing well, even though some results didn’t go our way, but we still played well. I feel like we had a bit of a dip against Cardiff, and like I said we’re just looking to put it right at the weekend now.”
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