Coventry number one Keiren Westwood insists he wants to stay and sign a new contract with the club.
The highly-rated Irish international has been strongly linked with a move to the Premier League.
But the Sky Blues are looking for the 25-year-old to extend his contract and Westwood is seemingly happy to stay.
"I'm talking to the club about a new deal. I love it here. It feels like home so I don't see why I should have to move on just yet," he said.
"I still have a year left on my contract but I went to see the manager about what his plans were regarding myself.
"The gaffer said he got straight on the phone to the chairman about offering me a new deal. I have not heard anything since but I'm just waiting."
Sky Blues boss Chris Coleman confirmed the club's intention to keep Westwood.
"I spoke with Keiren two weeks ago when he came to see me to talk about signing a new contract and he is very much up for that, which is great news for us," said Coleman.
"We spoke face-to-face in my office and then I spoke to the chairman afterwards and both parties seem excited about getting round the table and thrashing a deal out, and that's the best new for this club.
"It is important to keep what we have got because we don't want to be banging our head against a brick wall, but we know what football is like and if someone comes in with a big bumper deal for a player, the club comes first. I hope that doesn't happen.
"We have got one or two out of contract and we will see how that goes but in the main we have got a real good nucleus but we need a bit of icing on the cake now and that's why this transfer window is going to be very important for us.
"We have not been able to spend a lot of money in my time at the club.
"We have had to do it this way and that but we have still brought in some good players, but these next two windows are going to be important for us."