Coventry are yet to show their hand this window, with some fans getting a little uneasy about the clubs “cool” stance on “ins and outs” suggests The Coventry Telegraph, especially with a backlog of fixtures in the coming weeks.

Currently 4 points behind leaders Ipswich, but with two games in hand, The Sky Blues also have an F.A Cup replay with their current landlords Birmingham to squeeze in, and, of course, a potential Midland Derby with Leicester a worthy reward should they triumph.

Coventry signed no less than 11 players in the summer, but their senior squad totals just 28 players, and let us be honest, everyone likes a window signing.

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Holding on to players may be enough to keep the fans happy, with stars like Shipley, Jones and Westbrooke all coveting attention, just keeping the team together is task enough for Mark Robins in the next 3 days.

The big story is likely to feature current loanee Liam Walsh, the Bristol City midfielder is on loan at the Trillion-Trophy Stadium with the temporary tenants, and is subject to speculation. Coventry would welcome a permanent deal for the impressive Central Midfielder, with two goals and two assists in his seventeen appearances for the Sky Blues.

Tonight’s match with Fleetwood comes as an unneeded distraction for Cov, although a result could catapult them back into contention, the cup is turning heads both on and off the pitch.

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The Weekend saw the peculiar occurrence of Birmingham City being the away team in their own home, with Coventry having the run of the majority of (formerly known as) St Andrews, the reverse will allow the Bluenoses’ back into their season ticket seats, and Coventry “Restricted” to a mere 5,500.