Norwich boss Nigel Worthington has warned Coventry that Leon McKenzie will only leave the Canaries for the right price.
The former Peterborough striker has become unsettled at Carrow Road after being restricted to substitute appearances so far this season.
And Worthington took the decision to leave the 28-year-old out of his squad for Saturday's stalemate at Derby because the striker's 'mind wasn't right'.
The Canaries boss told the club's official website: 'We got an offer from Coventry and that has been ongoing. The football club flatly refused the offer from Coventry.
'I don't want to sell the player, but there is a price he will be sold at. And unless we get that price he will be a Norwich City player.'
Cardiff chairman Sam Hammam has backed Cardiff deputy chief executive Peter Ridsdale in the row with Leeds chairman Ken Bates.
Ridsdale, a former Leeds chairman, insists Bates informed him he was no longer welcome at Elland Road, although Bates later described the claim as 'a pack of lies'.
Cardiff chairman Hammam, who was not at the game, released a statement which appeared on Cardiff's official website, which read: 'Having spoken to four witnesses, I am totally satisfied that Peter Ridsdale's behaviour before, during and after the game at Elland Road was impeccable and totally in line with accepted behaviour.
'Having also discussed with Cardiff officials who were in the boardroom, I can confirm they witnessed Ken Bates using foul and abusive language loudly in telling Peter Ridsdale that he was no longer welcome in the Leeds boardroom now or at any time in the future.
'Peter Ridsdale reacted by saying he was obviously not welcome and proceeded to shake Ken Bates' hand and wished him all the best and left.
'Any suggestion that Peter Ridsdale's ejection is a pack of lies is not factual and does not reflect the reality of what happened.
'I sincerely hope that Ken Bates, on reflection, will regret his action on the day and accept it was the heat of the moment outburst and that he will do the honourable thing by Peter.'
Bristol Rovers chairman Geoff Dunford expects striker Junior Agogo to 'adhere to the terms and conditions of his contract' after the club blocked his move to Nottingham Forest.
The Reds had an offer for Agogo rejected last week, prompting the 27-year-old Ghana international to submit a letter to the board giving 14-days' notice of his intention to walk out on the club for 'breach of contract'.
However, Dunford insists Rovers' star asset is set to remain at the Memorial Stadium for the foreseeable future.
'We expect Junior to adhere to the terms and conditions of his contract,' Dunford told the club's official website.
'The club is not in breach of contract and we have reported our concerns on this matter to the Football League and to the Professional Footballers Association.
'Until we are offered the figure we want, he will stay a Bristol Rovers player.'
Darlington have completed the signing of former Northampton midfielder David Rowson.
The 29-year-old Scot becomes the 12th player to join the Quakers this summer after impressing manager David Hodgson during a pre-season trial.
'David has been very patient, playing during pre-season and staying with us to show commitment to join Darlington Football Club. He brings a lot of experience to the club and is a solid addition to the options I now have across the midfield,' said Hodgson.
Yeovil boss Russell Slade is hoping to take Trinidad and Tobago World Cup defender Cyd Gray on trial this week at Huish Park.
Slade was disappointed with the goals his side conceded in the 2-1 defeat at Tranmere on Saturday, and he believes Gray could be what he needs in the squad.
The Glovers manager said: We've spoken to his agent and he may be coming over this week. He can play at full-back or in central defence.'