The West Brom manager certainly has a goalkeeper to spare.
New Leeds United's new boss Steve Evans has already made it clear that he is looking to bring in some fresh faces in the coming weeks, utilising the loan market to add some more quality to the Leeds first-team.
One area that needs improving is the goalkeeping department.
Ross Turnbull is out for the majority of the season with an ankle injury leaving Charlie Horton as the back-up keeper for the inconsistent Marco Silvestri.
This evening (29/10/2015) he spoke to talkSPORT's Drivetime show in the build-up to Leeds fixture with Blackburn Rovers at Elland Road and confirmed that he had spoken to West Brom manager Tony Pulis about a potential loan signing this week.
Whilst no names are mentioned but it is fair to assume that goalkeepers are on the agenda. Evans is clearly hopeful to get someone in who can battle for the number one spot with Silvestri and West Brom have a handsome collection of stoppers.
Ben Foster is currently injured with Boaz Myhill the current number one - leaving one to ponder the possibility of a former Manchester United stopper in Anders Lindegaard making a potentially unpopular move to Elland Road.
Time will tell if Pulis and Evans can come to an agreement over a loan deal and whether it is a keeper that Evans wants from The Hawthorns.