Joe Murphy looks set to leave Coventry after manager Steven Pressley confirmed the goalkeeper had been talking to other clubs.
Highly-rated Murphy, a Republic of Ireland international, is out of contract this summer and is assessing his options, with Pressley refusing to give up on him staying with the Sky Blues.
Huddersfield are one team said to be looking at Murphy, and Pressley told the club's official website: "I'm obviously aware that Joe has been in talks as he will soon be out of contract with us but to this point I understand that no contracts have been agreed or signed.
"Joe has been exceptional for this football club, both in terms of his form and level of appearances, and obviously I would like to see him stay here.
"By the same token, we are also aware that Championship football brings with it Championship wages and we would be unlikely to be able to compete with that.
"However, we still would like the opportunity to make a case for him to remain with us. I know he enjoys being here, he is highly respected and his performances have attracted a great deal of credit so ultimately it will come down to how Joe sees the next stage of his career."