Peterborough chairman Barry Fry has turned down approaches from Coventry and several other clubs for striker Emile Sinclair.
Sinclair's future has been the subject of speculation recently, despite the 24-year-old only moving to London Road from Macclesfield at the end of August.
Fry has confirmed that the Sky Blues are one of a number of teams to ask about Sinclair.
The Posh supremo insisted that Sinclair was currently in manager Darren Ferguson's plans, but hinted they could be prepared to listen if a substantial bid was tabled.
"Coventry made an enquiry about Emile Sinclair, as did several other clubs, but at the moment he is in the gaffer's squad and those clubs have had their approaches rejected," Fry told the Evening Telegraph.
"Obviously, if we got a bid for £1million then that might be a different story and we might have a look at it."