Grant is second-choice goalkeeper at a club that is likely to get relegated, so there’s a good chance that he will move in the summer. He showed his quality last season with Stoke City when he stepped in for the injured Jack Butland.
He would be a better alternative than Frank Fielding even if he is five years his senior, and he could be used as an experienced back-up if Johnson isn’t convinced enough for him to be first-choice. He may be old for a footballer, but goalkeepers have a higher longevity.
The Bristol City squad is relatively young so he would add some much-needed experience at this level which is key when challenging for the play-offs due to the constant need for results in a gruelling schedule.