Fulham boss Martin Jol has made keeper Neil Etheridge available for loan.
The Philippines international has made just one first-team appearance for the Whites, but featured 12 times for League Two Bristol Rovers last campaign.
Jol planned to send the 23-year-old out to get first-team football earlier this season, only for number one Maarten Stekelenburg to get crocked at Sunderland on the opening day of the campaign.
However, the Dutchman will consider offers for third-choice Etheridge now that Stekelenburg is back in the fold, with David Stockdale providing back-up.
He said: “Neil is one of the keepers who I think should go on loan and get 50-75 games under his belt because he’s talented.
“Etheridge hasn’t got the experience yet. He’s played one or two matches for us. He has never played in the Premier League and I think goalkeepers are living by experience.”
Fulham already have two young keepers out on loan, with Marcus Bettinelli (Accrington Stanley) and Max Oberschmidt (Celtic) gaining experience away from Craven Cottage.