The Coventry City manager Andy Thorn has said that he would like to bring in a few more players before the close of the transfer window. Coventry City have begun the life in the new League one season with two draws against Yeovil town and Sheffield United. The club was one of the favourites to win the promotion to the Championship along with the likes of Sheffield United. However, these two draws might have affected the chance of the club getting into the automatic promotion spot. As a result, the club manager Andy Thorn will be looking to spend some money in order to bolster the squad.

Due to the fact that the manager will not be able to make changes to the playing squad once the transfer window closes until January, Andy Thorn wants to be prepared for the upcoming few months of hard schedule in the third division of English football. Like every other club in the football league, Coventry City are also looking to strengthen their squad according to Andy Thorn.

“There’s one I’m waiting on that we were pretty hopeful we’d get. Sometimes you have to wait a little bit longer when Premier League teams are going to let someone out, and also they want to play them in the cup. You have to be a little bit more patient, so we’ll wait and definitely try and get one more in. We’ve just got to wait and see and wait for that to develop,” said the manager in the buildup to the match against Bury. Coventry City will be facing Birmingham city in the League cup match shortly following which they will be facing the likes of Crewe Alexandra and Stevenage in the league campaign. Andy Thorn is aiming for promotion to the championship this season.