Thorn on bringing in new blood Coventry City caretaker manager Andy Thorn feels that if City can finish the season strongly then this will help their case in attracting players for next season.Speaking to the Press Association, Thorn, who cast his eye over City U18's on Wednesday morning said: "If you finish the season well then it carries on into next, I don't care what anyone says. When you finish a season that way you can't wait to get back again."If you finish well, on a high and on a good points tally then that's all good."When asked if finishing well would make it easier to attract players, Thorn said: "The phone's been going all the time at the moment, it (a strong finish) obviously helps."The amount of people who want to come and play for Coventry is amazing, because no-one's reared their head for the last 12 months. But because things are going well there's a buzz around the place and I think it's massive that you're doing well and then a lot of players talk. So if we do well and carry on as we have done, it certainly makes it a lot easier."