Leeds United face Barnsley in the Championship this weekend looking to bounce back from their heavy defeat to Wolves.
Neither of Leeds United's first choice goalkeepers are staking a particularly impressive claim to be the Whites' number one at the moment.
Felix Wiedwald was dropped by Leeds boss Thomas Christiansen at the start of October.
The third-choice Everton keeper is also out of contract in the summer.
With Leeds United slipping to their seventh defeat in nine league games against Brentford, here are three players who need to step up their game.
Werder Bremen have sacked manager Alexander Nouri, who replaced Leeds United's Felix Wiedwald in the summer at the Bundesliga club.
Leeds sold Alex Cairns to Chesterfield in August 2015 and he has since joined Fleetwood Town.
Karl Darlow could be sold by Newcastle United in January - and Leeds fans would welcome the goalkeeper to Elland Road.
Felix Wiedwald was selected to start for Leeds United against Leicester City, but he failed to impress.
Felix Wiedwald and Pierre-Michel Lasogga joined Leeds United in the summer transfer window.