Date: 22nd October 2012 at 9:03pm
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James Bailey is enjoying his time at Coventry City and relishing the chance to play regular football again after not being given a squad number this campaign.

The 24-year-old midfielder found himself out of the side last season through a combination of injury and the form of Craig Bryson and Jeff Hendrick and he was made available during the summer by manager Nigel Clough. With no permanent deal materialising Bailey moved to Coventry City last month on a three month deal with a 24-hour-recall clause at the end of the first month. Bailey has made six appearances so far and has teamed up with fellow loanee Callum Ball at the Ricoh Arena. Talking to the Coventry Telegraph about the move Bailey said:

‘I`m really enjoying my spell at Coventry. I can`t remember the last time I played so often, so it`s good to get out there. The gaffer obviously thinks highly of me and I just hope to repay that by helping the team get a few more wins rather than draws.”