Friday 14 November 2014 16:43, UK
Sky Sports understands West Brom goalkeeper Luke Daniels is available for a move on loan.
Daniels is currently third-choice keeper at the Hawthorns behind England international Ben Foster and Wales keeper Boaz Myhill and manager Alan Irvine is happy to let him go out in search of regular action.
The 26-year-old has come through West Brom's academy and has been at the club for almost ten years after leaving Manchester United.
Daniels made his West Brom debut last season in the Premier League against Everton and went on to play in the Capital One Cup against Newport and Arsenal.
Despite finding his path blocked to the West Brom first-team Daniels has played over 120 games during loan spells in League One and Two and also in the SPL.
A number of clubs are thought to be weighing up moves for Daniels with the keeper keen to get some regular action under his belt.