Queens Park Rangers manager Mark Hughes has made finding a new goalkeeper a priority this summer and it seems he has his sights set on Birmingham stopper Ben Foster.
The former Manchester United keeper spent last season on-loan at West Brom in the Premier League where he once again earned a reputation as one of the most consistent performers in the league.
The Daily Mail has reported that QPR are willing to make an offer of £5million for Foster after weighing up a number of alternative options, believed to include Tottenham's Huerelho Gomes, Aston Villa's Shay Given and Sunderland's Craig Gordon.
Kenny worked with Leeds boss Neil Warnock at QPR and Sheffield United, and it seems as though he could be in a for a third spell working alongside the Yorkshireman.
QPR may also be able to take advantage of the fact that West Brom are currently without a manager so it will be difficult to persuade Foster to return to the Hawthornes.