Coventry are believed to have targeted Leicester's Tommy Wright to bolster their forward line in the January transfer window.
Micky Adams has been unhappy with his side's performances so far this season and has been keeping tabs on the 21-year-old striker, who is currently on loan at Blackpool.
Wright has scored two goals in six appearances for the Tangerines and his wages wouldn't be prohibitive for Adams, who is working under a tight budget.
Claus Jorgensen is positive the Sky Blues' biggest crowd of the season to date will help kick-start their stuttering start to the campaign on Saturday.
Coventry's midfielder came through his final World Cup qualifier with the Faroe Islands' unscathed on Saturday and has now turned his attentions to the Sky Blues crucial home fixture with Crystal Palace.
Micky Adams berated his team after their defeat at Sheffield Wednesday and slammed their performance as 'rubbish.'
However, while Coventry are languishing near the foot of the Championship, their form has been good at the new Ricoh Arena and the club have launched a charm offensive reducing ticket prices in a bid to swell their attendances.
While Adams was justifiably livid after their Hillsborough shambles, Jorgensen is convinced that the players have taken it on board and there should be no signs of sulking or furrowed brows ahead of the visit of Crystal Palace.
"I think we've had a break now to think about how we have performed lately and I don't think anyone's got their head down," said Jorgensen.
"Crystal Palace have done well lately and they will come here looking to turn us over and we have to be big enough to expect that.
"And the fans can play a massive part as the atmosphere at the new stadium has been fantastic."
Jorgensen is sure to be in contention for a starting role, as Adams ponders a solution to his team's alarming inconsistency.
Dele Adebola is also likely to return from injury to bolster a side missing the suspended Rob Page.
Tickets prices have been cut to £15 for adults and £6 for concessions as the club aim to surpass the 23,000 who attended the opening home fixture.