Coventry City manager Andy Thorn has said that he will see about Freddy Eastwood.
Thorn had told the former Wolves player that he was free to find another club after walking out before the Derby game after finding out he was not in the squad and after a spell of being injured, Eastwood, whose wages are proving too much for most of the clubs that have shown an interest in him, is back playing and scoring goals for the reserves.
Thorn said to the Sky Blue Player: "First of all, it was good to get him back on the pitch and he knows if he can get himself right, he can force his way into the side.
"He has got his head down and he is working hard. With the two goals in midweek, we know what he can do on the pitch.
"If he kicks into gear then we will benefit from that. He needs to get a few more games under his belt and we will see."