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INTERVIEW: Ryan Howley talks new Coventry City contract and Sky Blue future

The youngster has committed his future to the Sky Blues...

5 June 2023

Interviews

INTERVIEW: Ryan Howley talks new Coventry City contract and Sky Blue future

The youngster has committed his future to the Sky Blues...

5 June 2023

Sky Blues midfielder Ryan Howley is delighted that his Coventry City journey will continue after signing a new two-year deal with the Club.

The teenager has put pen to paper on a new deal that will keep him in Sky Blue until the summer of 2025, a just reward for an impressive season.

Howley made his first SkyBet Championship start against Huddersfield Town and went on to make four league appearances across the season.

Reflecting on his new two-year deal with the Club:

"It's really good. The way we have been performing this season, to be offered a new deal is a really good feeling.

"It's not been an easy journey for me. This is my 15th season, so it's taken a long while but I hope this journey carries on.

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"This off-season is giving me some time to reflect and to have played seven times not for the senior team is brilliant for me."

On the season in which he made his first Sky Blues start, against Huddersfield Town:

"The highlight so far has been that start against Huddersfield, helped by the good win! The manager is not the sort to throw a player in for the sake of it.

"Ahead of the game, the Gaffer told me that I have earned my chance to make my first start by being ready. I took it and we got the win."

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On all he is learning and can still learn from the Club's quality midfield players:

"The players at this Club have shown their quality in recent months. Getting to the Play-Off Final is not easy and there is so much quality in there, especially in midfield where we have Gustavo Hamer, Liam Kelly, Callum O'Hare, Kasey Palmer, Jamie Allen, Ben Sheaf, and Josh Eccles.

"The work that those players put in is incredible. They never miss. It's great competition for me and it's tough but I enjoy it. They are all really good players."

On his aims for the future in Sky Blue:

"The big thing I need now is more game time. My aim for the new season will be to break into the first team and play on a more regular basis."


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