Portsmouth winger Ryan Williams has said Coventry are a “really good team” ahead of tonight’s meeting between the two sides at St. Andrew’s.
One position and a single point separates the two sides in the table, and Pompey will know that a win against the Sky Blues could take them into the automatic promotion places.
Ahead of the clash, winger Ryan Williams has been speaking to the club website, and emphasised how well Portsmouth have been doing of late.
“We’re hitting form at the right time and aren’t playing unbelievably well, but we’re still winning matches and are feeling confident,” the 26-year old said.
“I can’t think of a time when I’ve ever won nine in a row before, so now we want to make it 10 – and why not?”
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The Australian also had words to say about Coventry City, and acknowledged that it will be a tough test against Mark Robins’s side.
“Coventry are a really good team, but it should be an interesting match between two sides who are in decent form.”
On a personal note, Williams is keen to keep proving his worth to the team, after his crucial goal last time out against Tranmere Rovers.
“I want more goals and I’ve had quite a few chances in recent weeks where I’ve gone pretty close,” he said.
“I’m just trying to get back into things and gain some more confidence after having that little injury, so hopefully there are more to come.”
Williams has performed well in recent weeks for Pompey after his return from injury, and the winger will want to continue to add goals to his game.
The 26-year-old has found the net just twice for Pompey all season, with one further assist.
He faces stiff competition for his place on the right-side from Marcus Harness, and will know he will have to maintain his performance levels to stay in the team.