Fraser Forster could be on his way out of Southampton this summer after falling down the pecking order and the Daily Mail have linked the goalkeeper with a loan exit.
Watford are considering a move for Forster, along with preparing an improved offer for West Bromwich Albion's Ben Foster after seeing an initial £1m offer rejected.
Alex McCarthy emerged as Saints' number one midway through last season and they are also trying to add Angus Gunn of Manchester City to their ranks.
Any other suitors for Forster?
While the Hornets can offer the England international Premier League football, the fact Foster is also on their radar suggests he may not be first choice.
To achieve that it could mean the 30-year-old having to drop into the Championship and if that happens should Leeds United be at the front of the queue?
Talksport says that a new 'keeper is a priority for head coach Marcelo Bielsa this summer, with Felix Wiedwald having joined Eintracht Frankfurt after just one season at Elland Road.
While Forster's reputation may have dropped in recent times, the stopper does have six international caps and 106 matches in the top flight of English football to his name - although wages could prove a stumbling block in any potential switch to the Whites.