Plymouth Argyle boss Peter Reid is keen to add another goalkeeper to his squad as soon as possible.
Argyle have only two shot-stopper on their books at present, veteran Romain Larrieu and 18-year-old youth product Oliver Chenoweth.
Reid is therefore eager to reinforce his squad at Home Park as he prepares for life in League One.
"I want one in. I'd like one as soon as possible, but you can't always have what you want," Reid told the Western Morning News.
"There are plenty of irons in the fire, it is just a matter of getting one in."
Meanwhile, Alan Gow looks set to become the next player to leave Home Park, with a return to Scotland expected for the unsettled Plymouth Argyle forward.
Reid said in The Herald: "There is a deal which is close to conclusion and should be done within the next 24 hours, hopefully.
"But I don't like speaking about it (the transfer) if the deal is not done.
"And it is a Scottish club - Notts County was just the press who, and I won't say as usual, got it wrong."