Sky Blues striker could face lengthy spell out after shoulder injury suffered on New Years Day
Coventry City striker Callum Wilson is currently having a consultation on the shoulder injury he pickedup in the 3-1 New Years Day win away at Rotherham United.
The 21-year old, who has netted 15 goals in 28 appearances for the Sky Blues so far this season, suffered a dislocated shoulder at the New York Stadium and is now having discussions with club medical staff and a specialist to determine the next course of action.
Boss Steven Pressley said: "As we speak Callum is having a discussion with a specialistbut I'm yet to hear the result of that.
"The fear is if the extent is what we think he could be out for up to three months but hopefully that is not the case.
"It would be a hammer blow for us because he's been pivotal for us. He's a brilliant player but also a brilliant character to have around and he will obviously be sorely missed if he is out for a sustained period.
"The best case scenario for us would possibly be that he could play betweeb now and the end of the season and then have an operation after that but until we can get a definitive answer on that then we can only speculate."