Coventry City captain Carl Baker felt that the Sky Blues were deserving of their 3-1 victory at Stevenage yesterday.
Baker, who celebrated his 30th birthday on Boxing Day, came back into the team at the expense of Adam Barton and hit a second goal for the Sky Blues in the 88th minute, with a twenty yarder which beat Steve Arnold on his left hand post.
The midfielder, who was full of praise for the City supporters at the game who made up of 23% of the gate at the Lamex Stadium, told Sky Blue Player's Nick Connoll about his goal and the victory which was City's five consecutive away from home and a new club record,: "It was unbelievable for me to get that second goal and everything on my left foot seems to be going in at the moment and as soon as I chopped inside I only had one thing on my mind.
"The win is fantastic though because we've been making a big statement over the last few weeks. Our quality shone through and I thought we deserved the win."