The Sky Blues boss also revealed that Reda Johnson and James Maddison are running again and will be back in the fold soon...
Coventry City boss Tony Mowbray has revealed that Marcus Tudgay's hamstring injury will not end his season.
Tudgay was substituted after 54 minutes in Tuesday night's victory over Fleetwood Town but will be out for up to two weeks.
Aaron Phillips will also be involved after coming through 90 minutes of the Under-21s' 2-0 victory over Barnsley yesterday having missed both the Chesterfield and Fleetwood games, while Mowbray also said that Reda Johnson and James Maddison are both back running.
Mowbray said: "The physios are positive about Marcus Tudgay, it's not season ending but he will be out for a few weeks. He's been a great pro since I've been here, it will be a loss.
"Aaron Phillips will be back in involvement with the squad, he came through an under 21s game yesterday.
"Reda Johnson and James Maddison are back running again and hopefully they won't be long."