Bradford manager Peter Taylor wants a new goalkeeping coach because former England number one Nigel Martyn cannot commit to the club full-time.
Martyn has coached at Valley Parade in recent seasons but is only available for two days a week and Taylor feels young pair Jon McLaughlin and Lloyd Saxton need someone to train them on a daily basis.
Taylor told the club's official website: "I really like Nigel and he's been absolutely terrific, but he can only come in twice a week.
"We've got two young goalkeepers and we need to do more work with them. I need somebody in every day as well as match days."