Bristol City are clearly keen to land a new goalkeeper before the close of the transfer window.
The Robins were in contention for a play-off place at Christmas but lost their way in the last few months of the season. They ended 2017/18 in eleventh place, with the second worst defensive record in the top half of the division.
Frank Fielding, who started all but three Championship fixtures, is frequently inconsistent and it seems that the goalkeeping position is one that manager Lee Johnson hopes to find a solution to.
It is claimed that Bristol City want to sign Nottingham Forest’s Stephen Henderson from now until the end of the season.
The 30-year-old has barely featured for Forest since joining in 2016 and is now fourth in the pecking order behind Costel Pantilimon, Jordan Smith and new recruit Luke Steele.
At Bristol City, however, Henderson will have the chance to compete for regular first-team football.
With Niki Maenpaa having already arrived from Brighton, there is only room for Alnwick or Henderson at Ashton Gate.