The manager also revealed that Jim O'Brien missed training today but is expected to be fit for Saturday's trip to the Proact Stadium...
Coventry City manager Tony Mowbray has revealed that Aaron Phillips is unlikely to play against Chesterfield after he was substituted with concussion against Bradford City on Tuesday.
The Sky Blues boss also confirmed that Jordan Willis is in consideration after playing just over an hour for the Under-21s yesterday, but Jim O'Brien could miss the game as he didn't train today.
"Jordan Willis is ready for consideration, especially after Aaron Phillips was concussed after the game in midweek," Mowbray said.
"The medical department would prefer it if Aaron didn't play because of the nature of his injury at the moment but we'll see how it develops.
"We will also assess Jim O'Brien tomorrow as he didn't train today, but I'm hopeful he will make it."