Marcus Tudgay still expects to leave Coventry City this month despite inspiring the Sky Blues to victory at the weekend.The striker scored his first goal for the club in the 2-0 win at Walsall on Saturday but has been told he can leave in January.
Tudgay was a replacement for the injured Gary Madine and wrapped up the win at the Banks's Stadium despite missing a first-half penalty.
But the 31-year-old does not believe he has a future at the Ricoh Arena after only joining Coventry in the summer.
"I can't see one goal changing an opinion," he told the Coventry Telegraph.
"It's been a roller coaster week for me. I was in the gaffer's office on Monday, we had a conversation and, basically, I had no career left here.
"We all felt it was right for me to move on but football being football, Gary Madine took a knock on Friday morning and I was straight in.
"This might be my last game, who knows, but the one thing I will say is I always give 110 per cent when I am out there. It might not always go the way I want it but I'll always work my socks off."