Norwood happy with Sky Blues
On-loan Coventry midfielder Oliver Norwood has described his time at the club as a "great experience" and is hoping he can continue in the team.
Norwood, who is on loan from Manchester United until the end of the season, has started the Sky Blues' last four games and is hoping he can continue to help Andy Thorn's side in their battle to beat the drop.
"It has been a great experience for me coming here and I feel like my performances are consistent. I have really enjoyed playing here," he told the club's official website.
The Northern Ireland international has praised Thorn's style of play and has highlighted how young the City squad is.
"We believe in the football we play and the gaffer works hard with us to get the ball on the floor and pass it about. But when, sometimes, we need to be more direct, we have Clive Platt up there so we can mix it up and play the long ball when we need to," he added.
"We've got quite a young side and we have a lot of energy about the team which we showed in the way we went to the last minute (to beat Barnsley)."