We take a look at how those players currently away from Coventry City have got on during the busy New Year period...
It was a disappointing time over New Year for Josh Eccles and Declan Drysdale at Gillingham, as they slipped to defeats against Northampton and Plymouth Argyle.
Eccles started both games, coming off in the 60th minute against the Cobblers and 52nd minute against the Pilgrims.
Drysdale was an unused substitute in the defeat to Northampton, but the centre-back played the full 90 against Plymouth at Home Park.
In Scotland, Brandon Mason has finally shrugged off any injury problems he had as he started both games for St Mirren against Rangers and Kilmarnock.
St Mirren were unable to repeat their League Cup heroics against the ‘Gers, as they fell to a 2-0 defeat, in a game where Mason played 77 minutes.
In the follow-up game against Kilmarnock, Mirren snatched an equaliser in injury time, as Mason played his part in playing the full game.
Elsewhere, Sky Blues duo Jordan Young and Jack Burroughs got some minutes under their belts during the New Year period.
Both Jack and Jordan started Gloucester’s final game of 2020, as they played the full 90 minutes in a 3-2 defeat to Brackley Town in National League North action.
The first game of 2021 followed, and Leamington were the opponents, with Gloucester earning a 1-1 draw in a game which Burroughs played the full 90 and Young came off of the bench in the 67th minute.
That point keeps Gloucester top of the National League North, seven points ahead of Kidderminster who sit second in the division.