The Dugout #12Date: 24 November 2017 at 16:34 by Liam Cook
Liam talks to Red and Greens assistant manager Luke Morton ahead of the trip to Coleshill Town in The Dugout
Liam - A huge game for Coventry United this week. A promotion six pointer at Coleshill Town. How have you been preparing for one of the toughest trips of the season?
Luke - It will certainly a tough game, but i wouldn't call it a 6 pointer at this stage of the season. We've had a good week of preparation and worked on some stuff which we feel will benefit us going into Saturday's game.
Liam - With Coleshill losing top scorer Jordan Nadat this week, have defensive preparations changed?
Luke - Coleshill may have lost Nadat recently, but they still have plenty of quality elsewhere, so nothing will change in our preparations at all.
Liam - Coleshill's form has been stuttering lately, and with United's incredible performances in recent weeks, is this the perfect time to play Coleshill?
Luke - We'll play any team at anytime, no matter what form they are in. Coleshill are an excellent side and we will have to be at our very best to get anything out this game. We are playing really well at the minute, so we are are going to go into the game full of confidence.
Liam - Cup action at the Butts Park Arena this Tuesday as Quorn are the visitors in the League Cup. After dismantling Quorn at Farley Way just 2 weeks ago, should this be another comfortable win?
Luke - No game is ever comfortable at this level, and in the cup anything can happen, so we will have to be at our very best to progress to the next round, but we will concentrate on that after the Coleshill game.
Liam - The last 3 matches has seen the Red and Greens score 13 goals without reply. Has the management's plans for the side finally fallen into place?
Luke - As i said, we are playing really well at the minute and the lads are putting some great shifts in. They've been working extremely hard. I wouldn't say our plans have finally come together, as we know things can change in an instance and we will have to adapt again.
Liam - After fans complained of the amount of changes being made to the squad, the starting 11 seems to have taken shape. Has a more settled side benefited results?
Luke - We make the changes to the team that we feel will benefit us in our next game and if that means making alot of changes then that's what we will do. Obviously having a settled squad is benefiting us at the minute but that doesn't mean to say we won't be making changes in the future.