Coventry chairman Ray Ranson is in positive mood about what the summer will bring for the club.
The Sky Blues have been linked with moves for players, including Hearts' Andrew Driver, but Ranson believes manager Chris Coleman already has a lot of quality at his disposal.
Ranson told the club's official website: "We're talking all the time about players we can bring in and with the vast majority of summer business, we'll stick to our principle of bringing in talented, young and hungry players that can all grow with the club."
He added: "In players such as James McPake and David Bell, we believe we have a couple of players who will be like new signings because they haven't had a great deal of opportunity to show supporters what they can do because of injury.
"Chris [Coleman] has already stated that we'd like to get Jordan Henderson from Sunderland again, but much of that will depend on their status next season.
"But there are one or two wide players on his 'most wanted' list because I think we have all seen this season that when we've had natural width, we've been at our best."
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