STEVEN KEEN TO PRESS AHEAD
A DEFIANT Steven Pressley insists light is finally appearing at the end of the tunnel for Coventry – even as they face a fight to save their League One status.
The Sky Blues have only won twice in the league through December and January, slipping down the table and causing a section of fans to place Pressley’s position under scrutiny.
However the season has not been without its highs – Coventry moved back into the city and the Ricoh Arena in September.
And Pressley, 41, who took charge of the club for the 100th time yesterday, believes the foundations for success are finally coming together.
“I have a total belief in what we are doing and that we will get to the place I want us to get to – I have the absolute driving courage for it,” he said.
“That’s the one thing nobody should underestimate. I have been here for two years and I have faced every possible challenge going in football and never hid from it once, and that remains the same.
“I am as defiant and driven as ever and I am ready for whatever is put in my way.”
POSITIVE: Steven Pressley