Nottingham Forest bid farewell to a host of players in the summer, in what was a busy transfer window for the Reds.
Forest brought in 14 new players over the course of the summer, so they had to trim their inflated squad in order to make way for new additions.
Tyler Walker was one of those players to leave the City Ground, with his lengthy spell at the East Midlands club coming to an end.
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Walker, who came through the ranks at the City Ground, made 45 first-team appearances for the Reds, but failed to earn a starting berth despite impressive loan spells with Mansfield and Lincoln.
The striker left the City Ground for Coventry City in the summer, departing on a permanent basis and signing for the Sky Blues on a three-year deal.
It was an excellent start to Walker’s spell with the Sky Blues, with the 24-year-old scoring on his debut in a 1-0 victory over MK Dons in the Carabao Cup.
Walker has since made only two appearances in the Championship, both of those coming from off the bench against Bristol City and Barnsley.
The striker has had to self-isolate for the past 10 days, though, having tested positive for COVID-19.
Walker will be hoping to be back in action against his former employers next Wednesday, as the Sky Blues travel to the City Ground and face Forest on Trentside.
Coventry sit on the same amount of points as Forest and sit one place below the Reds due to a worse goal difference, so it promises to be an interesting game next week.