Newcastle striker Adam Armstrong has been shown his own goals to help give him confidence.

After five goals in his first three matches at Coventry, the loan signings has now drawn a blank in the next three.

Sky Blues manager Tony Mowbray says he is showing the 18 year old some of his own highlights so as to reinforce how he scored those goals in the opening weeks of the season.

The Coventry boss says that the Geordie striker is keen to learn and that he spends a lot of time talking to Armstrong as he wants to progress his career and improve his game.

Tony Mowbray:

“I’ve come in quite enthused from today’s training session because I would have to say the front line looked pretty potent. We had to tweak things and hopefully we’ll see the reaction on Saturday,

“Adam Armstrong will find his scoring touch again and we’ll get a good result and all the supporters who come along enjoy their day.

Good to talk:

“I talk to Adam a lot because I am trying to help him with his game.

“I’m showing him some good practice from the Premier League and giving him confidence by showing him his own goals. I’m showing him some of his best moments to reinforce the reasons why he scored those goals early on and the reasons how the team functioned, and he’s one who wants to watch and learn.”