Kyle McFadzean is confident Haji Wright will soon bring goals to Coventry City following a slow start to the season.
The Sky Blues were defeated 2-0 by West Brom on Monday night at the CBS Arena – their third defeat in the space of 10 days.
The result meant the side dropped to 20th place.
Mark Robins` men desperately lacked a clinical touch in front of goal. Wright looked lively and had chances of his own, but couldn’t find the back of the net.
The American has netted just twice in 14 appearances. McFadzean#, who pointed out his qualities, believes it is only a matter of time for Wright to rediscover his form.
“He just needs to keep going,” McFadzean said after the defeat. “He has been unlucky and they will come. He scores them all day long in training so I am sure he will score when he plays next time.
“It is a big change for him, he has travelled over with his wife and child, still settling in and sometimes it can take time. Like I said, once he gets his confidence up, he will be flying because we see him in training.
He is a quality player and his finishing is really good. Hopefully it can happen soon.”
Lastly, he made a plea to the squad, insisting: “We have got to stick together.
We are a new group but we cannot keep saying that now.
“We have been together for quite a bit. It is the little things we need to improve on, and we will work on them this week.”