Coventry City manager Jordan Clarke has brought Jordan Clarke back in the fold.
Clarke was one of eight players forced by Pressley to train at Broadstreet Rugby Club, after the City boss deemed the eight, who are all in contract to be not part of his plans and then all stood up to SISU's tactics of trying to buy off their contracts on the cheap.
However, Clarke has returned to training at Ryton and Steven Pressley said to the Coventry Telegraph's Alan Poole: “Jordan’s a player who has to realise what it takes to be a professional footballer and one thing I’ll say about the kid is that over the course of the summer he’s worked exceptionally hard.
"He’s got the bit between his teeth just now, he’s come back really focused and I’m delighted with his attitude.
“Hopefully he’s grasped the things we were telling him at the end of last season. It certainly looks that way and if he wants to play regular first-team football he’s got to show that mentality.”