Brentford head coach Dean Smith is in full agreement with the introduction of goal line technology, as long as clubs don't have to pay for it.
The EFL agreed in principle to installing the system for next season although it is not yet clear if the league or clubs will provide the funding for the system.
Relegated clubs from the Premier League would have the system in place already yet a side promoted from League One would have to invest in the system after winning promotion.
Smith, though, agrees with the move but the Bees boss wouldn't like the club to have to fit the bill.
He said: “I agree with it. Why not? It would have cleared up the Lasse Vibe effort that hit the post against Newcastle and rolled back.
“We don't know if it crossed the line. We might have had three points and who knows what that would have started.
“It's always been cost. The money in the Premier League – they're stupid not to get it.
“As long as the money trickles down and doesn't cost the clubs in the Championship too much as it'd be wrong to charge the Championship clubs to fund something that should be there.”
As for other technology, the Brentford head coach wouldn't go so far as to use the system in cricket where a decision is referred to a third party but would like to see officials run to a monitor to have a look and evaluate his decision (see the video below).
He explained: “If they could walk over very quickly and see a monitor that'd be better than taking it upstairs and getting someone else's opinion.
“They did it in the Club World Cup where he changed his decision. That could certainly work.”