Nottingham Forest have been in decent form of late and a 4-0 thrashing of Queens Park Rangers last weekend saw them rise to ninth in the EFL Championship.
With Forest already boasting a fairly large squad there are likely to more outgoings at the City Ground than arrivals, although a couple of additions could still be made to the group to push them on towards the top six.
One area that looks like it could do with some bolstering is in goal and although Jordan Smith is a bright prospect for the future, it seems likely that Mark Warburton will look for someone with a little bit more experience when the transfer window reopens.
Bournemouth stopper Adam Federici almost arrived at the City Ground during the summer but a knee injury ended any hopes Forest had of securing the Australian.
With that in mind, Football League World writer Lee Clarke got his thinking cap on and looked at two potential custodians who could arrive to enhance Forest’s goalkeeping department during the next transfer window.