FOOTBALL - Ephron Mason-Clark wants to 'entertain' Coventry City fans next season - The Coventry Observer

FOOTBALL - Ephron Mason-Clark wants to 'entertain' Coventry City fans next season

EPHRON Mason-Clark wants to ‘entertain’ the Coventry City fans next season after joining the club from Peterborough United on deadline day back in January.

Mason-Clark returned to Posh for the second half of the 2023/24 season and helped Peterborough win the EFL Trophy at Wembley and achieve a top-six finish in League One.

And as the 24-year-old prepares to take the next step in his career with Coventry, Mason-Clark admits he cannot wait to begin his journey with the Sky Blues.

Mason-Clark said: “For me it was a really easy decision. Speaking to the manager, it was something that I wanted to be part of. Seeing how the team plays is something was something I wanted to join and take my game to the next level.

“Each step has moulded me into the person I am today and hopefully this next journey can further that as well. I’m just preparing myself mentally and physically for a tough league.

“I can’t wait to impress and work hard for the team and not just the fans but my teammates and the staff as well. I really can’t wait to get started.”

The winger scored 14 goals and provided seven assists for Posh in League One last season and felt he made big improvements as a player over the course of the 2023/24 campaign.

Mason-Clark added: “I definitely looked at how I was playing in the previous season, and I wanted to add to that in terms of goals and assists and the numbers I did hit were really positive for me.

“It wasn’t the way I wanted it to end, but it was nothing but positive. It was a good season for me personally and the team I was part of, so I can’t really complain with how the season went.

“[Winning the EFL Trophy] Having, not just my family, but the other players families there and to leave with some silverware is always positive.

“I was fully focused on my time at Peterborough, but I did have a little eye on what Coventry were getting up to. I saw how well they were doing over the season and especially that FA Cup run they had.

“Watching the game from home, you could see how lively the fans were and that’s something I want to experience and entertain them in the future.”

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