Donegal's Shay Given looks set for a return to the Republic of Ireland fold after an absence of two years.
The 38-year-old, who was between the sticks for Aston Villa last night in their 1-0 defeat to Leyton Orient, is expected to be added to Martin O'Neill's squad for the upcoming World Cup qualifier with Georgia on Sunday week.
O'Neill named four goalkeepers in his initial 36-man squad for the qualifier and the friendly with Oman; David Forde, Kieren Westwood, Darren Randolph and Rob Elliot.
According to the Irish Sun, Given will be asked to return by the Irish management team but will only agree if he is given assurance that he will play.
O'Neill was non-committal when asked if David Forde was still his number one keeper but it now looks increasingly likely that the 125-cap Given will start in goals if the reports prove accurate.
Here we go again. Just as Jack Grealish's sparkling cameo on the opening weekend of the Premier League campaign delivered hope that Ireland finally had an emerging elite talent, word comes through that the 18-year-old is considering his international future.