Coventry boss Aidy Boothroyd is unconcerned over the delay in Marlon King's move to Coventry. The former Wigan striker has been searching for a new club since leaving prison in July and Boothroyd has been looking to push through a deal for some time now.
The Sky Blues chief says there is no danger of the deal falling through, with the delay due to the "delicacy" of the situation.
Boothroyd has been impressed by King's form and fitness in training over the past couple of weeks and expects the matter to be resolved very soon.
"It is something that is inevitable. We are sorting some things out," Boothroyd, who worked with King at Watford, said in the Daily Mirror.
"He looks very, very sharp and he will get goals.
"There are no problems, it is just a very delicate situation.
"The club have been as professional as they possibly can be in making sure we have covered all bases - that we make sure everything is right for the player, the club and everyone concerned with it."