midfielder Paul Hall has fired a message to Premiership clubs that he is available for
transfer and capable of playing at the highest level.
The Jamaican international joined City from Portsmouth for £300,000 last summer but
has failed to make any impression in the Sky Blues first team, being involved in just a
handful of the early matches.
At the end of the season City boss Gordon Strachan officially transfer listed the
player and Hall is now looking for the move that will kick start his career.
"I have had a key-hole operation about a month ago on my right knee because it was
giving me some pain in pre-season, which was a disappointment because I felt that I was
doing very well.
"I will be back playing football in a couple of weeks because I just have to get
my fitness back.
"At the moment I am still a Coventry City player but it is common knowledge that I
am transfer listed, I was loaned out to Bury last season, and I am not part of the first
"It has become pretty clear to me that I will not get another chance at Coventry,
there is a good bunch of lads here but it is a matter of opinions and I just dont
fit into the managers opinion."
But the World Cup star stressed that his experience at Highfield Road had not put him
off Premiership football.
"To be honest with you I am an ambitious player and just because one person thinks
I cant do it in the Premiership doesnt mean I cant go elsewhere and
produce be it in two years or two weeks.
"Other clubs will want to see me play and hopefully I will get the chance to
figure in the reserves and do enough to impress prospective buyers."