KEEP CALM AND CARRY ON!
MARK Robins admits he is well aware of the need for Coventry City to get points on the board – but insists his project is heading in the right direction.
The Sky Blues head to Oxford United tomorrow having won only one of their opening six matches in League One this season. Robins knows that results are important – even at this early stage – for City who sit in 19th position in the table.
The manager is determined, though, to make a success of his bid to develop his talented group of young players within a set system and identity.
“It’s a great game to be involved in,” said Robins. “It’s a game on Sky against near neighbours and they’re a good team and it’s a big game for everyone and one to look forward to. We’re working hard to instil a way of playing that people enjoy watching. We’re playing good stuff and creating chances, I think I would be more worried if we were not creating chances.”
Despite some encouraging performances, goals have been the main concern. “I’m pleased with a lot of aspects of our play,” said Robins.
“Clearly we didn’t take any chances last week, but we created them and I