Aston Villa keeper Stefan Postma will play for Wolverhampton Wanderersreserves tonight as part of a week's trial at Molineux, writes Ged Scott.
Wolves manager Glenn Hoddle has lined up the big Dutchman to cover an injury crisis that has left him without two of his keepers.
Matt Murray is still some way from a first team return after making just three league appearances since Wolves were promoted in 2003, while Paul Jones is still not fully recovered from the cheekbone fracture he sustained in last month's preseason friendly against Dundee.
That leaves only young Carl Ikeme as cover. But, after having him on the subs' bench for Wolves' three opening league matches, as he did regularly towards the end of last season, Hoddle is now looking at bringing in more experience in the form of 28-year-old Postma.
And he will make a decision on whether to move for the unsettled keeper, now third-choice at Villa Park, before the end of the week.
"With Michael Oakes our only senior keeper, we've decided to bring Stefan in and he will play for the reserves against Newcastle at Telford," said Hoddle.
"Carl Ikeme has given us a lot of good signs in training and looks to have a lot of talent and just needs a bit of experience. But, for his continued development, we need to get him out on loan if we can."