Coventry City finally reversed their downward slide and won their first promotion in 51 years at Wembley on Bank Holiday Monday.
The Sky Blues put in a dominant display in the League Two play-off final to earn a deserved 3-1 victory over Exeter City and win promotion back to the third tier at the first time of asking.
It was a massive sigh of relief for the Coventry supporters, who have had little to cheer about since their 1987 FA Cup victory and since their relegation from the Premier League in 2001.
Now that Coventry are back in League One, manager Mark Robins is already eyeing another promotion challenge and with players like Jack Grimmer, Michael Doyle, Marc McNulty and Tom Bayliss in his ranks, he has the makings of a squad capable of this.
But there are other players who are not quite at League One standard and if Coventry can flog them, they would generate more spending money for better players.
Here are three men Robins should look to part ways with this summer if he can find suitors.
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