City defender to have scan to assess midweek groin injury ahead of weekend clash
Coventry City interim boss Lee Carsley says the majority of the Sky Blues' injury worries that reared their head before and after Wednesday night's JPT clash away at Crewe Alexandra are steadily getting better.
Midfielder Franck Moussa was suffering from a hip injury that kept them out of contention while defender Richard Wood picked up a groin injury during the game which sees him face an anxious wait as to whether he will be able to feature in the League One home fixture with Crewe this weekend.
Carsley said: "Franck Moussa is fine. He had a hip injury but he's fine now. He's trained today.
"Richard Wood has gone for a scan to try and see how serious his injury and we will know more information tomorrow. He is still in contention for the weekend until we know different and knowing Woody if there's any chance that he can play he'll want to take it."
William Edjenguele has also returned to full training following a minor ankle problem and James Bailey's back injury, which saw him substituted on Tuesday night, has not kept him out of training.