Anything is possible, insists Stead
After a substitute appearance at Newcastle and a first start away against Crystal Palace, the on-loan Ipswich striker ran out in front of Sky Blues fans at the Ricoh Arena on Saturday. He immediately proved why boss Chris Coleman has brought him to the club, netting the opener in a 2-1 win over Scunthorpe that moved Coventry to within three points of the play-off places. "It was a fantastic day and from my point of view it could not have been much better," Stead told City's official website after helping clinch a fourth win in five games. "It's a huge three points for us after a great performance at Crystal Palace last week and while we are still trying to keep quiet about our play-off chances we know if we can keep winning games like we have been doing then anything is possible. "I really enjoyed my first run out at the Ricoh Arena and although it took us 20 minutes to get settled, I thought we dominated the game after that."
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