We Go To Swansea Having Got Something Out Of Leicester - Boothroyd

12 September 2010 02:45
More from City boss on Swansea game Coventry City manager Aidy Boothroyd has said that it will take time to go beyond what Leicester achieved last season under Nigel Worthington.Speaking to Sky Blue Player, the City boss said: It's important that when you play well you win and when you don't you don't lose so that is a positive."Of course we want to beat our local rivals but you've got to look at them and see where they were last year, they've got a big squad and we're a work in progress."We want to go beyond what Leicester achieved last season but it will take a bit of time."Leicester played some absolutely smashing stuff but at the end of it you have to look at it in the sense it took them 75 minutes to break us down with what was actually a sloppy and avoidable goal where as we scored an absolutely terrific goal."We're okay. We're steady. We want to win and I'm the most impatient man there is but we've got a lot of young players who have come into the team and they are just getting their Football League legs."As a result of this game though, we go down to Swansea which will be a tough game having already got something out of a tough game against Leicester."