Coventry City manager Mark Robins today secured his ninth signing of the summer and revealed that he’s not finished yet.
The Sky Blues boss has added Arsenal starlet Ben Sheaf to his central midfield options as the club prepare for their first season back in the Championship for eight long years.
But with another month or so left of the transfer window, will there be more to come?
“I have got plenty in mind,” said told CoventryLive.
“But having plenty in mind and having the finances to do it are two different things.”
So far City have shelled out fees for a number of players including Gustavo Hamer, Tyler Walker and Marcel Hilssner.
Although all “undisclosed,” reports from the Netherlands suggest Hamer joined for around £1.3million while Walker’s move from Nottingham Forest is believed to be a six figure sum.
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The Sun also report that Sheaf will cost City around £750,000 when his move becomes permanent at the end of his season-long loan.
“I think we have done brilliantly and I have to thank the board and the recruitment guys, who have been fantastic,” said Robins.
“We’re at a stage now where we can get our heads down and work even harder and try to develop this group.
“And if we can add to it, brilliant.
“I know where I’d like to strengthen again but it’s something that remains an on-going thing.
“You never finish, just keep trying to improve and that’s something I will always do. I’ll always try to get the best for this football club as I possible can, and that process continues.”