Coventry City's new goalkeeper Kevin Pressman says he does not expect the Sky Blues to suffer the indignity of relegation from the Championship as manager Micky Adams is the best boss he has worked under.
Pressman, aged 37, is vastly experienced after spells at Sheffield Wednesday, Stoke City, West Bromwich Albion, Leicester City and Leeds United prior to his move to Highfield Road last week.
During his illustrious career Pressman has played under numerous managers, but after working with Adams at Leicester, the goalkeeper believes Adams and his sidekick Alan Cork are a very capable duo.
"I wouldn't have come here if I didn't think that we would get out of trouble," said Pressman yesterday.
"I had Micky Adams at the start of the season at Leicester and he did a very good job there.
"He's a very good manager, and of all the managers I've played under he'd be up there at the top.
"Alan Cork has a great sense of humour and that can rub off on the players. You don't want managers and coaches transferring their pressures onto players."