Bristol City boss in upbeat mood
Coventry City travel to face a struggling Bristol City side on Saturday with the hosts, fancied by many as promotion dark horses in the summer, still coming to terms with the abrupt departure of manager Steve Coppell.
Keith Millen is now in charge and despite a poor run of results is confident of an upturn in fortunes.
I know we will get it right, I have no doubts,' he said, quoted in the Bristol Evening Post.
'I say that because we have enough quality in the dressing room to be okay this year.
'It's not as though we are playing at our best and still losing games. We are not really giving ourselves a chance and I've told the players that.
'I've told them it is okay to be disappointed about the Watford result for a day or two, so long as they put it right and we get a win against Coventry on Saturday. If we can do that, then it will not have been a bad week.'