Ireland signs Sky Blues deal

Keeper agrees two-year extension at the Ricoh Arena

Coleman: Looking for pride

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Coventry City goalkeeper Danny Ireland has signed a new two-year contract at the Ricoh Arena.

The Australian's deal was due to expire at the end of the season, but he has been rewarded by manager Chris Coleman.

Ireland made his first-team debut against Aldershot in the Carling Cup back in August and is tipped for a bright future with the Sky Blues.

Meanwhile, Coventry boss Coleman admits several players who could line up for the final game of the campaign at Ipswich Town on Sunday may not be at the club next season.

"There will be certain players who possibly won't be with us next year, but that's for me and them to have a conversation," said Coleman in the Coventry Telegraph.

"They are not going to look at what I have said and think 'that's a surprise', because I have said there will be changes all along.

"Some players don't mind losing, but if you have got a little bit of self pride you don't like it even if you are playing over the park on a Sunday afternoon. We'll see what happens at Ipswich."