Hertha Berlin new acquisition Derrick Luckassen could be handed a landmark appearance in Saturday's Bundesliga clash with Borussia Monchengladbach due to an injury to regular starter Jordan Torunarigha.
Dutch-born Luckassen has had to wait a little longer for his first outing for Die Alte Dame following a loan switch from PSV Eindhoven in August.
He is among manager Pal Dardai's options, alongside Fabian Lustenberger and Florian Baak.
"Fabian Lustenberger is the most experienced, Derrick Luckassen has left a good impression here in these past two weeks, and Florian Baak has a really good shape," Dardai told Hertha TV.
"I cannot say who will be playing the game from the start.
"There are two good teams that have a positive atmosphere, we want to work together and be successful. I think we have an advantage because we will play in front of our fans in our stadium."
Luckassen was forced to pursue a move to Hertha, having had limited opportunities at PSV last season.
The 23-year-old made 19 Eredivisie outings, involving nine starts, for the Red and Whites following a move from AZ Alkmaar in summer last year.
Hertha currently sit fifth on the league table ahead of Saturday's matchday four action.
Born to Ghanaian parents in Amsterdam, the centre-back is eligible to represent the country of his parents at senior level despite having played for Oranje at various youth stages.