Aidy Boothroyd sees Tuesday`s trip to Swansea as the perfect opportunity for Coventry to make amends for their last away game at Millwall when they threw away the chance to pick up points.
The Sky Blues looked well on their way to at least a draw at The Den until a crazy seven-minute second-half spell which saw Carl Baker sent off and Millwall score twice completely changed the game.
Speaking about City`s clash against Swansea, Boothroyd said: "They`re a team with a new manager who will want to impose his way of doing things on the club, they`ve been very, very successful over the last couple of years and he`ll want to continue that.
"It will be a feisty atmosphere down there. I`m not expecting any close harmony signing, I think it will be a bit raucous and I`m looking forward to it.
"It`s another really good game for us and it`s a really good chance for us to bounce back from our last away game and make sure we learnt our lessons from that and come away with some points."