City collapse to spark transfer spree
Chris Coleman's summer transfer plans may involve one or two more arrivals and departures than he thought necessary just a few weeks ago.
Branding his side as 'not good enough' and vowing to change players before they change him, the Sky Blues boss told the Coventry Telegraph: 'I can't wait to reinvest in the squad and take a look at everything.'
Target number one is Sunderland winger Jordan Henderson, who impressed on loan at the Ricoh after arriving in January before suffering an injury.
'Young Jordan was at the game on crutches and I would love to have him back next season,' said Coleman.
'Whether or not we get him back, I don't know. We need another wide man because we missed natural width prior to Jordan and David Bell coming.
'He is well thought of up there and, if Sunderland stay in the Premier League, we will have a better chance of doing something with Jordan on loan. Saying that, I know Sunderland boss Ricky Sbragia thinks a lot of him.'