Cameron confident of City success
New Coventry City star Colin Cameron is looking for success for both himself and his new club next season.
The 33-year-old midfielder, signed on a free transfer from Wolves, is aiming to play enough games for the Sky Blues to earn himself a further one-year contract, while also aiming to help the club reach the Premiership.
'I had five great years at Wolves and they offered me a year but, for me, it wasn't a deal that I wanted, where as at Coventry, I have got a year with another year as an option,' said Cameron.
'So it is up to me to prove that I am good enough for a year after that, which I have every belief in my own abilities.
'The option kicks in after 20 or so appearances but I believe I am good enough to play the whole season, assuming I stay away from injuries.'
The former Raith Rovers and Hearts man added: 'I have been very fortunate in my career to have only played for three clubs, and at every one we have achieved something, and if Coventry is my last club then I want to do exactly the same here.
'And that's one of the reasons I signed, because I think we have got a chance of doing that.'