Coventry City manager Mark Robins has said that he is reluctant to let any players out on loan.
Robins, who has to balance the books, is keen not to weaken the squad and said: “I have to see who I can get in and see where things are, but I am not willing to make us weaker unless I have to do something in terms of balancing the books so I don’t necessarily see anyone going out.
"We have got to make sure everyone is ready for the run-in whether they are in the team, around the team, not played very much or whatever.
“They are our players and they have to knuckle down and get on with it.”
As with any team, there are players unhappy with the lack of game time they are getting and Robins said about them:“There have been one or two issues in the camp where if people aren’t playing they are getting a little bit disgruntled but it’s ‘grow up’ time and they have got to get on with it.
“We have got 18 league games left and a serious challenge to mount.”