Last Updated: Thu, 24 Oct 2013 13:08
Fulham will listen to loan offers for third-choice goalkeeper Neil Etheridge now Maarten Stekelenburg is back to fitness.
The Philippines international has made just one first-team appearance in his Fulham career, but featured 12 times for Bristol Rovers on loan last season.
Martin Jol was ready to send Etheridge on another loan earlier this season but shelved his plans when Dutch international Stekelenburg, a £5million summer acquisition from Roma, was injured at Sunderland on the opening day of the campaign.
But the Fulham boss will consider offers for the 23-year-old after Stekelenburg returned to the the fold in Monday night's 4-1 win at Crystal Palace.
David Stockdale will continue to provide back-up to Stekelenburg while Fulham already have two young keepers out on loan, with Marcus Bettinelli playing for Accrington Stanley and Max Oberschmidt at Celtic.
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