Following Leeds United's defeat against Blackburn Rovers on Friday night the Leeds boss Steve Evans made it clear that the club needed to add some new faces to the current team.
Not many Leeds fans are likely to disagree after a dire night at Elland Road.
Speaking to talkSPORT Drivetime on Friday (29/10/2015) in the build-up to Leeds fixture with Blackburn Rovers he confirmed that he had spoken informally to West Brom manager Tony Pulis about a potential loan signing recently.
He confirmed last night that he has missed out on a Premier League keeper, so other than Anders Lindegaard who might Pulis lend his mate.
Here are three West Brom players who could make the switch to Elland Road.
This would be a popular addition. Leeds need to strengthen their attack, and they don't come much stronger than the former Everton man.
He can also play from the left and the Nigerian international would thrive in the Championship.
The Belgian simply cannot get a look-in under the management of Pulis.
He can play at both left-back and centre-back and has international caps for Belgium. He would provide some strength in depth at the back.
Let's face it, Sam Byram is struggling. Evans is also clearly not a fan of Gaetano Berardi meaning the right-back position could do with strengthening.
The Costa Rican World Cup hero would relish a chance of some first-team football.