I was writing an email to a client about a feature we plan to eventually release, maybe in a couple months, but they want some of the functionality now. I initially wrote:
If there's something else I can do for you, go ahead and let me know. I don't suspect the upgrade will be any time soon.
It sounded like I was saying the upgrade will take a long time, but that's not what I want to imply. I almost wrote:
I don't suspect the upgrade will be any time immediately soon.
...which sounds awkward, and I don't think it's correct. The search results I got for the term support my assumption.
What would be a better way to say "not soon, but fairly soon" in this context?