Sheffield Wednesday midfielder David Prutton has revealed that he would be happy to return to Coventry City on a permanent basis. The 32-year-old played for Coventry a period of six weeks during a loan spell. He will be a free transfer in the summer after being told by Sheffield Wednesday that the club does not want to extend his contract. Prutton also does not appear to be in the plans of manager Stuart Gray. Prutton has been Sheffield Wednesday player for the last three years, but a spell at the club now looks set to end in the next few weeks.
Prutton played a huge role in helping Coventry stay in the League One of English football. Hence, Steven Pressley is likely to be in favour of a move, but that could depend on a number of factors like wages. Prutton has revealed that Coventry have been extremely good for him in every aspect that he would like to move to the club a permanent basis. The midfielder will bring a lot of experience – especially of top-level football – with him. He has played in the Premier league with Southampton when they were managed by Gordon Strachan.
The midfielder, though, has revealed that Pressley has not spoken with him after the end of the season.
“The manager and his staff have been very complimentary about me and I’ve thoroughly enjoyed my time at Coventry. The first part of the loan deal was having the chance to have a look at each other and making sure the club were safe on the understanding that further conversations would happen after that. From a personal view point my loan worked out perfectly and if there is something more permanent then I’d definitely be interested,” said the 32-year-old. Coventry finished 18th in the table after a disappointing season.