Former Coventry City captain Carl Baker has said that he would do a deal if the Sky Blues were to offer him one.
Baker is currently a free agent after his spell in India ended and he is now using City's facilities at Ryton to get himself fit.
Many City supporters would love Baker back at the club, but that will be down to Mark Robins and the budget he has available.
Speaking to the Coventry Telegraph's Andy Turner, Baker said: “I’m just doing some rehab with the physio, so I haven’t been training with the lads or anything.
“I am going in there a few times a week trying to get fit but that’s about it at the minute.
“But I feel I can play a massively important role for someone this season. It’s an important time of the campaign and it would be nice to have a fresh new addition, I suppose.
“It would work out great from my point of view to do something with Coventry but I don’t know where the club’s at.
"I’m available on a free so I can sign anywhere I want. I am hoping to be back fit in the next few weeks and then it’s just a question of getting my fitness levels up.
“But hopefully I will be fresh as anything and if Cov do get to the play-offs I’d like to think I’d be flying by that stage.
“But I am not going to chase anything up. If there’s something there and something happens, then great. I’d be happy to do a deal".