Coventry boss Steven Pressley plans to holds talks with on-loan defender Dan Seaborne over his future.
Seaborne has impressed at the heart of defence since arriving on loan from Yeovil at the end of November, agreeing a deal until January 5.
The 26-year-old, who moved to Huish Park from Southampton in the summer, had made 10 Championship starts for the Glovers prior to his Sky Blues switch, although the last of those came on October 1.
And Pressley plans to discuss what the future holds with Seaborne as soon as possible.
"I'm not avoiding the question or anything but I need to sit with him and have a discussion," the City boss told the club's official website.
"He has really impressed me since joining the club, not just in his performances but in his character around the place.
"He demands high standards and he is very much the type of player who fits into what we want to create here.
"Its just I haven't had the chance to discuss at length with him what his own thoughts are. Obviously, prior to coming here, he was playing in the Championship so once I have a chat with him over the course of the week, then I can see where this can go."