Bournemouth boss Eddie Howe admits he would be interested in extending Lee Camp's loan agreement if given the green light.
The 29-year-old goalkeeper joined the Cherries on an initial 28-day agreement from West Bromwich Albion.
Those terms are due to expire at the end of November, at which point Camp would be forced to return to The Hawthorns.
The former Derby County and Nottingham Forest shot-stopper is, however, some way down the Baggies' pecking order and is enjoying regular game time on the South Coast.
Howe hopes a solution can be found which suits all parties, with talks set to be held with Camp's Premier League employers.
He said: "Definitely, with the way he has performed, yes we would like to keep him.
"But there are, of course, two sides to that and we will wait and see what his parent club has to say."
A permanent move for Camp in January has been mooted, when his rolling monthly contract with West Brom expires, but Howe says he will check on the form and fitness of Ryan Allsop, Darryl Flahavan and Benjamin Buchel before taking a decision.
He added: "We are waiting for everyone to get fit."