Leon Barnett is keeping his options open regarding a permanent move to Coventry in the January transfer window.
The West Brom defender, who has found himself down the pecking order at The Hawthorns this term, penned a three-month loan deal at the Ricoh Arena last week and subsequently made his debut in Friday night's 2-1 defeat at Derby.
Speaking about City's interest, he told the Coventry Telegraph: "It is pleasing to hear but we will just have to see what happens and you never know what could happen between now and January. I am trying to keep my options open, get as many games as I can and try to help the boys here push up the table."
Sky Blues boss Chris Coleman has revealed he may possibly look to sign the 23-year-old permanently at the end of his loan spell, but any decision over his future remains in the hands of Albion chief Roberto Di Matteo.
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