Conor Chaplin is pushing for a place in the Coventry starting line-up against Bradford on Friday.
The striker is fit again after a seven-week absence with an ankle injury and was back on the score sheet as a substitute during the Sky Blues’ remarkable 5-4 win at Sunderland last weekend.
Mark Robins, who will take charge of his 100th league game as Coventry boss, will still be without the injured Tom Bayliss and David Meyler.
Meyler has undergone an operation on a dislocated shoulder, while fellow midfielder Bayliss is also ruled out with a suspected broken bone in his arm.
Bradford boss Gary Bowyer is hopeful that David Ball will be fit for the trip.
The striker missed the defeat at Bristol Rovers last weekend following a bang on the knee in training.
Forward Billy Clarke and midfielder Jermaine Anderson are options for Bowyer should he wish to make changes to his starting line-up.
The Bantams could be relegated over the Easter weekend. Bowyer’s side are nine points from safety with four matches remaining.