Bailey's Coventry move could be a permanent one
JAMES Bailey could make a permanent move to Coventry City in the summer.
The Derby County midfielder has rejoined Coventry on loan until the end of the season, having already spent three months with the Sky Blues.
Rams manager Nigel Clough says Bailey has enjoyed his time at the League One club.
Clough added: "A possible permanent deal is being discussed and we will probably pick up on that in the next couple of months.
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"James wants to play as high as he can and I think Coventry have every chance of getting in the top six this season, they are going so well.
"There was no point him coming back here and sitting on the bench. That wouldn't have been any good for him.
"It's no slight on James and his ability that he can't get in our side. It's just that the likes of Craig Bryson, Will Hughes, Paul Coutts and Jeff Hendrick can all play in that position and are ahead of him."
Bailey made 18 appearances during his first loan spell at Coventry.
His contract at Derby runs to 2014.