Jon Walters feels the time has come for football to embrace technology, with Stoke having been left aggrieved by another contentious refereeing decision.
The Potters found themselves reduced to 10 men during an FA Cup fifth-round tie with Crawley on Sunday after Rory Delap was shown an early red card.
Tony Pulis was left fuming at that call by the match officials and Stoke announced on Monday that they are to appeal against the dismissal.
Walter believes the issue could have been resolved at the time had television replays been readily available.
Calls for such initiatives to be introduced have been steadily mounting for some time, with it the opinion of many that the game needs to do all it can to ensure that avoidable mistakes are eradicated.
"We felt a bit aggrieved," said Walters.
"Rory's not that type of player, he hasn't got it in his locker to go through players.
"I thought he was very unfortunate. Referees have a hard enough job and they make split-second decisions.
"I think a sensible thing to do would be to have a TV monitor in the dugout.
"It only takes five seconds to replay a decision. That could be a step forward."