Coventry still competing in three different competitions this season.
Coventry City v Barnet
The FA Women's Premier League
2pm, Sunday 1 April 2012
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Coventry City face an exciting couple of months as they continue to progress on three fronts this season.
Having secured their top flight status for another year after the 2-0 win over Cardiff last time out in the league, the Sky Blues then knocked Barnet out of the League Cup last week to progress to the quarter finals and still have the final of the County Cup against Aston Villa to come.
Manager Paul Cudby has been delighted by the performances of his side this season but remains realistic about what lies ahead.
"It's nice to still be playing in a couple of things," he told TheFA.com.
"We've got the next round of the League Cup against West Ham and the final of the County Cup against Aston Villa to come, but we're still looking at finishing as high up the league as we can.
"We were delighted to have mathematically secured our top flight status for next season in the win against Cardiff. It's nice to have achieved that with a few games to spare and now we're looking at a top half finish."
The Midlands side secured promotion to the National Division in dramatic fashion on the final game of last season in a 1-0 win over Derby and their first season in the top flight has far exceeded Cudby's expectations.
"Our number one objective at the start of the season was to stay in this league and anything after that was going to be a bonus."
Coventry host Barnet this weekend, who they beat 1-0 a week ago in a closely fought League Cup match and Cudby is expecting much the same again.
"Barnet are a well organised and competitive outfit. I've got a lot of respect for them. We obviously just edged it against them in the cup last week and we're expecting another tough game this week.
"We know though that if we put in a performance and play to our best we can get a result and we can start to push further up the league."