Elliott Ward, who is on loan at Doncaster, admits his time at Coventry is likely to have come to an end.
The centre-half has joined Rovers on a month-long loan deal after slipping down the pecking order at the Ricoh Arena.
He has made over 100 appearances for the Sky Blues since joining the club from West Ham in 2006, but has struggled to hold down a regular role of late.
The 25-year-old accepts that situation is unlikely to change any time soon and he is determined to make the most of his time at the Keepmoat Stadium.
"I think there are a few people in front of me and they are happy for that, so I'm happy to be here for this month and hopefully it goes well," he said.
Ward made the perfect start to life at Doncaster against Sheffield Wednesday on Tuesday, scoring a stunning bicycle kick in a 2-0 derby success.
He hopes there will be plenty more highs to come over the coming weeks as, with his contract at Coventry set to expire in the summer, he is keen to put himself in the shop window.
"I'm out of contract so I just want to play well," he added.
"I've missed a lot of football this season so I want to play games until the end of the season and that's all I want to do at the minute. That's my focus."