Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has refused to rule out a fresh move to bring a goalkeeper to the club.
The Frenchman has seen two £2 million bids rejected for Fulham shot stopper Mark Schwarzer as he seeks to add a new number one. Already this season, current custodian Manuel Almunia has received criticism for his part in David Ngog's goal in the 1-1 draw at Liverpool and a fresh face could be added.
Speaking to Sky Sports News, Wenger stated he didn't want to undermine his current keepers but could be prepared to bring in a new face.
He said: "We are where we are - we have four great keepers and it is important we give confidence to them for the next game.
"I do not rule it out, but at the moment I say I am not in a position to sign anybody. At the moment, it is all dead."
Wenger also slammed the current Premier League transfer market rules, and believed the window should slam shut when the season begins.
"I believe the transfer window should have been over already for a long time, because it should stop when the championship starts for domestic transfers, internationally it should go on until August 31 because not everybody starts at the same time," he stated.