The Imps chairman is currently attending the Football League's annual meeting in Portugal, where a number of pressing issues, including the distribution of TV rights money, will be discussed.
The three-year broadcasting deal, which is due to commence next season, will see matches shared by both Sky Sports and the BBC and is worth £264m.
The deal has more than doubled the League's TV rights revenue, but Wright is unhappy about how the money is split between clubs.
"This is an issue we, as a club, feel quite strongly about" declared Wright in the Lincolnshire Echo.
"We do not feel the money is being divided up fairly and it is an issue we will raise at the meeting in Portugal."