Mark Robins admits he’s yet to make a decision on whether or not to extend emergency cover keeper Lee Camp’s stay at Coventry City.
The 36-year-old joined the Sky Blues at the end of November after first choice goalkeeper Marko Marosi suffered a fractured eye socket and cheekbone against Cardiff City at St Andrew’s.
The former Birmingham City stopper was without a club and signed a two month contract, which is due to expire at the end of January.
Camp is yet to make an appearance for City, having been on the bench for the last ten games when Marosi’s understudy, Ben Wilson, has enjoyed a decent run in the side.
But the veteran could be handed a chance to impress at Norwich City if the manager opts to make changes and rest Wilson.
Marosi, meanwhile, has had a protective mask made and is due back in full contact training on Monday.
Finance is also a factor in the decision, with Robins admitting that Camp may have to make way for a more forward thinking player to come in.
Asked if he’s made a decision about Camp’s future this month, Robins told CoventryLive: “I am going to wait on my decision on that.
“I have to wait and see where Marko is and speak to Dave Boddy and see what there is in terms of finance.
“And clearly, it will be a financial decision alongside everything else, if I want to do something. So it might be that we have to let Lee move on.
“It depends on Marko and how long before he comes back in, so there are a lot of things to take into consideration.
“And not least what Lee wants to do. We’ll speak when we need to but at this moment in time he’s been brilliant to have around the place.
“He’s not played yet but he’s a great lad to have around the place. His experience is undoubted and his personality is just what we needed.”
As to whether Camp comes into his thoughts for the FA Cup tie at Carrow Road this weekend, the City boss said: “You’re going to have to wait until tomorrow.”