June 13, 2024

COVENTRY City academy graduate Jack Burroughs has signed a new two-year deal to remain at the club until 2025.

The 22-year-old made his first Championship start for the club last season as City claimed an impressive 1-0 away win at Watford.

And Burroughs featured 14 times for his boyhood club last term having first joined the Sky Blues when he was just seven-years-old.

Burroughs said: “It was a no-brainer.

“It’s been a successful season for me and for the group this season. To get the recognition for all the hard work I’ve put in this season, of course, I couldn’t say no to committing for another two seasons.

“It means the world to me. I’ve been a Cov fan since I was born. All my family are Cov fans and my friends as well, so it means the world to me and puts a big smile on my face.

“There were ups and downs throughout the season. I found opportunities hard to come by at times, but I like to think when I got the chance, I made the most of it.

“I relished every chance I had to wear the shirt and play in front of the fans so I’m really optimistic going into the new season.

“I learned a lot last season. I experienced playing in front of big crowds and I learned different aspects of the game and experienced playing in different positions.”

Burroughs proved to be a versatile option for manager Mark Robins last season but hopes he can find his preferred position on the pitch next term.

Burroughs added: “I’ve played on the left and the right, I’ve played out wide and I’ve played in midfield, but now I just want to try and get one position nailed down.

“I look to next season with optimism because of what I’ve done this season. The performances I have put in I feel I’ve done well and personally, I’m happy, but I know there’s a lot to improve on.

“I said at the back end of last season, what I want to be doing now is playing lots of games and I need to come back in pre-season in the best shape I can and try and push for a spot in the team.”


NEWS: Key dates 2023/24 season

The dates to remember for next season…

Ahead of the 2023/24 season getting underway, here are some of the key dates to put in the diary over the course of the campaign.

Fixture release day

Thursday 22 June 2023

Start date

Saturday 5 August 2023

Carabao Cup

Carabao Cup Round One – w/c 7 August 2023
Carabao Cup Final – Sunday 25 February 2024

FA Cup

Round Three draw – Monday 4 December 2023
Round Three – w/c 1 January 2024


Championship Play-Off Final – Sunday 26 May 2024


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