Coventry City loanee David McGoldrick has said that his decision as to where he plays his football will not be affected by the current on-going rent dispute between Coventry City's owners SISU and Arena Coventry Limited.
SISU were given twenty one days last week to pay the outstanding rent of over £1m by stadium management company Arena Coventry Limited or face the club being wound up after talks broke down when a very good offer which included concessions on the food and drink as well as a 67% drop in rent charges was rejected.
The off the field problems did not affect McGoldrick on Saturday, who gave the Walsall defence a torrid time, scoring twice in a 5-1 win and he told the Coventry Telegraph's Andy Turner: "We've had reassurances from the gaffer who has made it clear that it won't affect things on the field.
"In respect of the boys' wages being paid I don't think that will be a problem so it's between the owner and the company who run the Ricoh and I don't see it having a bearing on my decision. Coventry are talking to me and Forest and there are things going on."