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Coventry: Matt Godden touches on Callum O’Hare link

Coventry: Matt Godden touches on Callum O’Hare link - Coventry City Transfer Rumours

Coventry City player Matt Godden has said that he and his teammates would ‘love’ to see Callum O’Hare return to the club this summer.

The Aston Villa academy graduate saw his contract come to an end at Villa Park in June, leading to much speculation that he would return to Coventry, having spent the 2019/2020 season on loan with Mark Robins’ side.

O’Hare performed well during his time with the Sky Blues, scoring four goals and providing seven assists in the process.

The youngster’s form played a big part in the club’s automatic promotion to the Championship via League One and his former teammate and Coventry striker Godden has now called on him to return.

Speaking to CoventryLIVE, Godden revealed his thoughts on a potential return for O’Hare.

“Every single person at the club would love him back.

“He knows what all the boys think of him and obviously it’s a massive decision for him in his career so I don’t blame him for taking his time.

“But the fans, players especially and the staff as well all love him. He’s a top lad. He’s a quiet one but he’s no trouble and he’s one hell of a player as well.”

During his time at Villa, O’Hare made just nine appearances for the first team, appearing 61 times at under-23 level.

Callum O’Hare’s role at Coventry over the last 12 months has been so important and his return would be a massive boost as they look to take on the challenge of the Championship.

The young midfield talent will, like all at the Sky Blues, be relishing the chance, if he returns, to test his ability in England’s second tier.

Talk of a move has gone fairly quiet in the last few weeks, but you have to feel Coventry are still in pole position.

Do you think O’Hare will return to Coventry? Let us know in the comments section below…

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