Chairman Ken Dulieu insists Coventry are "leaving no stone unturned" in their efforts to bring in loan signings.

Following a raft of departures in the summer transfer market and only three arrivals, a large proportion of City supporters have become increasingly disgruntled at the club's board for the lack of action in the subsequent loan market after they had promised new faces.

But Dulieu told the Coventry Telegraph: "It is our intention to bring in a player or players on loan and funds are available to do so. We have been looking at players for several weeks but they have to fit into our style of play and enhance the quality of the team."

He added: " Some of them Andy Thorn (manager) has decided not to pursue and in some cases players have opted to go elsewhere or to stay where they are. It is something we are still looking closely at, and the club and Andy are leaving no stone unturned."

Meanwhile, Coventry are sweating over the fitness of captain Sammy Clingan ahead of Saturday`s home clash against Nottingham Forest after the midfielder was forced to withdraw from Northern Ireland`s squad ahead of Tuesday`s Euro 2012 qualifier in Italy with a back injury.

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