Preston North End are in talks to extend German goalkeeper Thorsten Stuckmann's loan contract at Deepdale.
Preston are in talks to extend goalkeeper Thorsten Stuckmann's stay at Deepdale.
Press Association Sport understands discussions are underway between North End and Stuckmann's representative to further his initial one-month deal by another month.
That would keep the 30-year-old in Lancashire until the January transfer window when his future would be assessed once more.
Stuckmann underwent a trial period with the Lilywhites in the summer and was brought in by boss Phil Brown earlier this month after first-choice keeper Iain Turner suffered a broken foot in training.
He made an instant impression with the North End faithful by saving two penalties in a debut shootout victory over Rochdale in the Johnstone's Paint Trophy.
Saturday's League One encounter with Dale ended in a 1-0 defeat, but not before Stuckmann saved another spot kick from visiting skipper Gary Jones as part of an impressive individual performance.