Elliott Ward feels a sense of injustice as he contemplates Coventry City's match at home to Sheffield Wednesday tomorrow.
Whenever the defender looks at the Coca-Cola Championship table, he shakes his head and wonders why Coventry have accumulated so few points.
Coventry have lost their past three matches, have only scored 15 goals in 17 matches, and have picked up just 22 points. They occupy 15th position but have played better than their results have suggested.
By contrast, Wednesday have won their past three matches.
"I'm expecting a tough game and obviously they are in form at the minute and are scoring a few goals," Ward said. "They're going to come to the Ricoh with confidence so we're going to have to try and shoot them down and get the home win.
"It's always good to try and stop the run they are in and play against strikers who are in form to try and make sure they don't score. We're confident about what we're going to do and as long as we play football then I think we've got every chance.
"I think most of the defeats we've had have been harsh. We've played well for most of the season and we've deserved more than we have got so on Saturday, if there's a battle, we'll to looking to out-battle them, out-pass them and hopefully score a good few goals too."
Elliott was part of a team-bonding day on Wednesday, when the squad travelled to Warwick Races.
"Everyone enjoyed it," he said. "All of the lads had the winner in the last race apart from me because they forgot to tell me about it. They all went home quids in and I went home with empty pockets."
Meanwhile, the Sky Blues have confirmed they are looking to complete a loan deal with Ipswich Town's winger Darren Currie.
Manager Micky Adams has been linked with Currie before but any deal has fallen down because of Coventry's reluctance to let Dele Adebola leave in a swap deal.
But the Sky Blues say Ipswich could be ready to let Currie go without anyone moving in the opposite direction. Assistant manager Adrian Heath believes the deal could be done next week.
Currie joined Ipswich in December 2004 for a fee of #250,000. The 31-year-old has also played for Shrewsbury Town, Leyton Orient, Plymouth Argyle, Barnet, Wycombe Wanderers and Brighton and Hove Albion. Ward: ‘as long as we play football we've got every chance