MAC ON MISSION TO BAG GOALS
COVENTRY striker Marc McNulty is confident the floodgates are about to open for him.
The Scottish striker joined in the summer from Sheffield United but only notched two goals in his first 12 league games.
However, with the likes of Duckens Nazon and Jordan Ponticelli chipping in with goals, McNulty, 25, is sure his time is coming.
He said: “You want to score every week as a striker but sometimes that’s not possible and you need to keep the confidence in yourself.
“We need to try hard and work hard in training. I haven’t got as many goals as I would have liked but I’m confident in myself that one stage in the season, I will start firing.
“There’s been a lot of different partnerships up front this season because no one has really banged in goals, so it’s very frustrating, but I’m sure the goals will start coming.”
In-form Mansfield striker Danny Rose has been heavily linked with the Sky Blues but this week both Mansfield boss Steve Evans and his Coventry counterpart Mark Robins moved to quash such rumours.
“Mansfield have some good players,” said Robins. “Danny Rose is one but it is amazing where these rumours come from.
“I think it just comes from some talk down the pub after a few people have had too many.”
HUNGRY: Marc McNulty