Wolverhampton Wanderers youngster Wayne Hennessey is likely to be given the chance to claim the Wales goalkeeping role on a permanent basis.
The 20-year-old made his first full appearance for his country in Saturday's Euro 2008 qualifier against the Czech Republic in Cardiff, and produced an outstanding display in the 0-0 draw.
Now boss John Toshack is expected to retain the 6ft 7in goalkeeper for the August 22 friendly in Bulgaria and then the next Group D qualifier on September 8 when leaders Germany come to the Millennium Stadium.
Anglesey-born Hennessey has battled back from a lengthy knee injury to finally make his play for a regular role for Wales, having been pinpointed by Toshack and under-21 boss Brian Flynn as a likely candidate when he was just 17.
Toshack said: "We certainly think he has a lot of potential, I agree with (former Wales number one) Neville Southall on that, big Nev has already said the lad could be Wales' goal-keeper for a long time."
Toshack has been forced to throw Hennessey into first-team action because of injury to Danny Coyne and a succession of problems with his other goalkeepers.
Toshack was compelled to play Hennessey as a second-half substitute against New Zealand last month when Coyne suffered a recurrence of a knee problem which failed to improve ahead of Saturday's clash with the Czechs.
Toshack said: "We have had plenty of problems with our goalkeepers. Ahead of the game in Dublin against the Republic of Ireland in March we had four keepers, all playing regular first-team football - Coyne, Hennessey, Darren Ward and Lewis Price.
"Then Coyne, who played in Dublin, hasn't played since at Burnley and has now been released by them.
"Ward has said that he does not want to be involved with Wales now, and Price lost his place at Ipswich.
"But Wayne found himself in the Wolves team due to injuries for their play-off semi-final matches with West Brom. He had also been out on loan to Stockport and set a Football League record for consecutive clean sheets.
"Those games for Wolves were important for Wayne. They were high-pressure games in front of full houses and he did very well."
He added: "We have been forced to play four different goalkeepers in six competitive matches, and that is not by design. Injuries, people saying they want to stop playing and others not in the club sides, have made things hard for me.
"Some countries don't use four different keepers in 25 years. The only bright spot has been Wayne playing in the play-offs and doing well.
"I didn't think whoever played in goal against the Czechs would make much difference to whether we qualified or not. So thinking about the future, it was time for Hennessey to play, and he did very well."
Toshack hopes Hennessey can get more first-team action at Wolves, and that could be the case with previous first choice Matt Murray out with a damaged shoulder.
Toshack said: "I don't want to start picking the team for Germany just yet, but Wayne has a good chance and is a fine prospect."