According to reports from eatsleepsport, Coventry City are taking an interest in Wolves winger Michael Kightley.
The 25 year old winger had been on the brink of signing a loan deal with Nottingham Forest last week but the deal floundered when Forest boss Steve McClaren quit his job.
Kightley wants a loan move in order to get himself match fit so he can force his way back into Mick McCarthy's side. Any loan deal would be a relatively short one, possibly until January, but Midlands rival club Birmingham City are also said to be interested in a loan deal for Kightley.
Kightley, speaking to the Express and Star, said, "In my head I think I can be back to full tilt but, realistically, I can't. I need six or seven games on the bounce to get that sharpness back because there's a difference between being fit and match-fit.
"Forest is a massive club and I'd have liked to have played some games for them, but it didn't work out and, hopefully, I can go somewhere else to play some games."
Ideally Kightley would like to stay in the West Midland area if he is loaned out.