HAYES & Yeading have four goalkeepers in the frame to fill the vacancy between the sticks if Garry Haylock's number one target rejects a move to Church Road.
Haylock has made an offer to an experienced goalkeeper with over 300 Football League appearances under his belt and is awaiting a response later this week from the man in question.
But Haylock is also running the rule over ex-Torquay United and Crawley number one Simon Rayner (pictured), released by the Blue Square Bet South club at the end of last season.
Young pair Josh Lennie and Jonathan North, released by Brentford and Watford respectively, played a half each in the 2-0 friendly win over Beaconsfield SYCOB last night, while retaining Chris Baker for next season is another option.
Haylock signed up both Nathan Webb and Charlie Wassmer last night with Daniel Wishart, Bradley Pritchard and Tom Cadmore also having agreed terms with a view to signing later this week.
The Hayes boss is also hopeful that he has offered his number one goalkeeping target and Peter Holmes the terms to seal a deal for the pair after a board meeting approved the contracts.
“I know what I can offer them now and the two players have been sent e-mails,” Haylock said. “In fairness to the board, they have always tried to back me. They understand that we are in a tough league and they know that we have to do things differently now.”