As a former striker of some repute, it is no surprise to hear Adrian Heath claim that Coventry's attackers are the primary reason behind their renaissance.
Coventry's second in command has seen the Sky Blues run of six straight home wins and an 11-game unbeaten run at the Ricoh Arena completely transform their season.
Stern John, Dele Adebola, Gary McSheffrey and James Scowcroft caused Sheffield United untold problems last week and Heath is hoping for a repeat prescription against Leeds today.
Don Hutchison is the likely replacement for the suspended Dennis Wise otherwise Micky Adams will stick by the team that performed so admirably last week.
Three of Heath's famous four are regularly grabbing the headlines, but he insists it is about time Scowcroft received some recognition for his performances in an unfamiliar role on the right flank.
He certainly couldn't be classed as a conventional winger, but his obvious physical attributes are proving an awkward problem for opponents.
"I thought the front four were the catalyst behind our victory last week," revealed Heath.
"James hasn't had much publicity but he is doing an excellent job for us.
"We can hit him with a diagonal ball on the full-back and it is a tactic which paying dividends for us.
"He is in a rich vein of form at present and we have worked on getting him in the right areas when he wins his headers.
"I spoke to Paul Jewell and he said that Wigan used Lee McCulloch in exactly the same role when they won promotion last season.
"It isn't always pretty, but it can be effective if used at the right time."
However, Coventry are going to be fully stretched if they are to increase their record to seven consecutive home victories.
Whereas Sheffield United arrived at the Ricoh last week on the crest of a slump despite their lofty league position, Leeds are in rude health.
They are closing in on the Blades and know that a victory at Coventry would enhance their own promotion credentials.
Kevin Blackwell has fashioned a strong side at Elland Road, but Heath claims that is no surprise.
"Kevin has done well at Leeds, as they have had to cut their cloth accordingly," he continued.
"They are only paying #10,000 per week to players now rather than #50,000!
"They have probably got the biggest wage bill in our division and probably spent the most money, so they are only where people expected them to be.
"I worked with Peter Reid and they are a massive football club. Everything in Yorkshire football centres on Leeds and they will bring massive support to the game.
"However, I thought we'd beat Sheffield United and I think we can beat Leeds.
"We have proved we can beat anyone in this division when we are at full tilt. But we can also lose against anyone if we aren't at full pelt."
There is no denying that the feelgood factor is permeating around the Ricoh Arena.
A new broom in the boardroom and improved performances on the pitch have revitalised a club that appeared to be in a downward spiral.
And Heath is delighted to let the good times roll.
"When I go and watch games now people are coming up to me and saying how well we have played.
"That is great as it has been a long time since I have heard it," he laughed.
"I am a big believer that you should let the players enjoy winning as it breeds confidence.
"The big challenge for us now is can we beat Leeds and move on to the next level?"