Former Nottingham Forest goalkeeper Lee Camp is set to undergo a medical at Norwich City, according to reports.
Camp, 28 - who spent time on loan with the Canaries in 2006 - is thought to have agreed a Carrow Road deal until the end of the season.
The Northern Ireland international negotiated a settlement for the last six months of his Nottingham Forest contract after being deemed surplus to requirements by manager Alex McLeish, and is now a free agent.
Camp would provide cover for Mark Bunn, with Norwich first choice John Ruddy currently sidelined by injury.
Meanwhile, long-serving Norwich midfielder Simon Lappin, part of the squad that secured back-to-back promotions from League One to the Premier League, is leaving.
Lappin, who arrived at Carrow Road in January 2007, moves on by mutual consent as he looks to secure first-team football.