Coventry City winger Danny Swanson says that he is ready to make much better out of his second chance at the club.
The player was just a kid when former West Brom manager Tony Mowbray was still learning his trade at the club at Hibernian. Swanson was a big fan of Hibernian and this led to his good relationship with Mowbray after going in the path of a professional career. Over the years, the winger has played for clubs like Peterborough United and Dundee United. However, his time at Coventry City had not been very successful initially.
This led to his loan move to St Johnson in Scottish football. After having done extremely well in his single-season at the club,Swanson appears to have regained a lot of confidence. He is keen on making an impact on the club in the second time. Coventry are hoping for a promotion challenge in the upcoming campaign. The club begin their new season with a home game against Wigan Athletic. After their relegation to the League One following financial problems, Coventry have been unable to get back into the Championship. However, a return to the second division could be a major boost for the club both in terms of prestige and finances.
“It’s good to be back involved. I’ve had a chat with the gaffer and he’s quite keen for me to show what I have got so hopefully I can do that.He knows the position I want to play and he seems like he wants to play me there when he gets the chance, so I’ll see how it goes.But it feels like a fresh start – massively. Last year was a bitter disappointment for me, playing out of position most of the time and I never really performed to be honest,” said Swanson.