According to the Birmingham Mail, Leeds boss Marcelo Bielsa is keen on a move for Birmingham City outcast David Stockdale in January, but here at Football FanCast we want to know whether the 33-year-old is considered good enough for a promotion chasing club like Leeds.
The Elland Road outfit will be on the hunt for a goalkeeper in the winter transfer window after number two Jamal Blackman was forced to return to his parent club Chelsea having suffered a broken leg in an U23 fixture, leaving Bielsa with Bailey Peacock-Farrell as his only senior goalkeeper.
Stockdale, who was linked with Leeds in the summer, has been frozen out by Garry Monk at Birmingham though, despite 34-year-old Lee Camp making a number of mistakes in recent weeks.
Surely then the 33-year-old former Fulham and Brighton man is no longer good enough for Leeds as they chase promotion to the Premier League.
So, Leeds fans, is Stockdale good enough or should Bielsa be looking elsewhere in his hunt for a goalkeeper? Have your say by casting a vote in the poll below.