Slavia Prague keeper Matus Kozacik has revealed he would be keen on a permanent move to Leeds United.
The Slovakian shot-stopper recently completed a trial with the Championship outfit and reportedly impressed The Whites' management.
Kozacik is now hoping Leeds can agree terms with Slavia Prague in order for him to secure a January switch to Elland Road.
"I think it went well," explained Kozacik to CTK. "They were satisfied with my performances.
"They wanted me to take part in a weekend's practice match. However, I needed to undergo surgery.
"Nothing has been finalised. When there is something solid, then we will see.
"If Leeds offer good terms, I think I'd accept. It would be a step forward."
Meanwhile, defender Frazer Richardson is hoping for a first-team run after completing the full 90 minutes in Leeds' 1-0 loss to Ipswich last weekend.
"I feel good. It was great to get the first 90 minutes of the season under my belt last weekend," he told the club's official website.
"My fitness is getting stronger. We've done some running this week and I'm just looking to get on a good run in the team now."