Coventry boss Chris Coleman remains keen for striker Leon Best to sign a new contract at the Ricoh Arena.
Best, who is out of contract at the end of the season, has been linked with a move away from the Sky Blues in January after discussions over a fresh deal became deadlocked.
Coleman is yet to receive any bids for the Republic of Ireland international and would like the 23-year-old to commit his future to the club.
"At the moment there have been no offers," he told the Coventry Telegraph. "If he's going to stay with us I would expect him to sign a contract before the end of the season and we're not close to that.
"I hope he does stay because he's got a big contribution to make - but if he doesn't we've got other plans.
"We've signed Carl Baker and Gary Deegan and I'm hopeful we'll have another one in this window.
"I can't say we're close at the moment but we've had one or two conversations."
Coleman has admitted that Best is suffering something of a crisis of confidence after a recent goal drought.
The striker remains the club's top scorer with nine goals to his name but has now gone eight games without finding the net.
"I had a chat with Leon at the weekend because he hasn't scored for a while and he's getting a bit worried about it," Coleman added.
"You could see that against Barnsley on Saturday when he had that chance on his left in the second half.
"If he'd already have scored he'd have just hit it, but he was trying to create the perfect opportunity for himself.
"That's the way it goes with strikers. Four weeks ago Clinton couldn't score in training but now he's got a couple of goals he can't miss.
"It's the same with Freddy. And when Leon gets that next goal - and it will come - I'm quite sure they'll start flowing for him again."