Coventry City manager Mark Robins has said it is up to David McGoldrick whether he signs for the Sky Blues or tries his luck elsewhere.
The 1,086 City supporters at Stevenage yesterday made it very clear that they want McGoldrick to stay but Mark Robins told the Coventry Telegraph's Alan Poole: “There are a lot of factors involved.
“We’ll fight as hard as we can, but there’s a point where we might have to accept defeat and David might already have made a decision.
“That’s up to David. If the worst comes to the worst we’ll shake his hand and wish him the best because he has been fantastic for us.
“We’re having a look at Leon Clarke in terms of doing something in the January window – he’s been a bit nomadic but he’s a good striker in his own right.
“If I can get both of them, magnificent – we’d be a real force to be reckoned with then.”