Tottenham head coach Juande Ramos is expected to wait until the end of the season to appoint a new goalkeepers' coach at White Hart Lane.
England international Paul Robinson and understudy Radek Cerny have both committed high-profile errors since Ramos' appointment and the Spanish boss is eager to find the right man to work with his out-of-form goalkeeping duo.
Perry Suckling has stepped up from the Spurs academy to work with the pair since the departure of Hans Segers, who left the club shortly after Martin Jol's sacking in October.
And although Ramos has transformed the squad's training methods, he is yet to find a permanent replacement for the goalkeeper coaching role.
Ramos has made it clear neither keeper is guaranteed to be first-choice and last week assistant boss Gus Poyet revealed Spurs are interested in Espanyol keeper Carlos Kameni.
Ramos dropped Robinson following a dip in form before recalling the England international after Cerny erred against Slavia Prague.
Robinson will remain in goal for the first leg of their Uefa Cup tie at home to PSV Eindhoven on Thursday and the former Leeds keeper is hoping to enjoy another triumphant cup run with Spurs this season.
"It's a massive game and one all players want to play in," he said.
"I'm sure we surprised a few people by winning the Carling Cup this season and there is no reason why we can't do the same in the Uefa Cup."
Spurs are hopeful skipper Ledley King will be fit, while Jonathan Woodgate could return from an ankle sprain he sustained during the Carling Cup final.