Boss Mark Robins says a lack of certainty about where Coventry City will play their home games will not distract from preparations for the new season.
The Sky Blues will compete in the Championship next term after being promoted as title winners.
Robins has already started to piece together a squad for the second tier, with four new arrivals so far this summer.
The club have not yet been able to confirm where they will be based, having played home matches at Birmingham City’s St Andrew’s ground for the 2019/20 campaign.
But although Coventry are keen to return to the Ricoh Arena, Robins says if that is not possible, playing elsewhere is “nothing to be frightened of”.
“Clearly there’s still some uncertainty around where we may be playing, but let’s worry about that later on down the line,” he told the club website.
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“We proved last season with a good surface and a good environment, we flourished and thrived so there’s nothing to be frightened of.
“Whatever happens, it is what it is and we’ll wait and see. It’s just a different set of circumstances and we’ve been there and felt it, so it’s different to last season’s situation.
“For us it’s about concentrating on building a squad, getting them fit and getting them ready to start the season.”