Adams close to agreeing new deal
Coventry City manager Micky Adams has been offered a two-year contract extension at the Ricoh Arena to add to the year remaining on his existing deal.
Managing director Paul Fletcher said:'The contract is with the lawyers and it is just a question of dotting the I's and crossing the Ts.'
He added: 'We recognise that he is an asset to the club and I said when I first came to the club that there will be times when I will be battling to fend off Premiership clubs who want to steal our manager.
'The form the team showed in the second half of the season meant we were knocking on the door of promotion with a young and ambitious manager who has made it clear that he wants to get back to the Premiership.'
City meanwhile have been credited with an interest in Crewe's out-of-contract midfielder Kenny Lunt, although Wolves look favourites to sign him at this stage.
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