Toon are top of the stops so why all the talk about Wayne's world?
Wayne Hennessey was the latest target to be linked with Newcastle United today but surely this is simply another case of plucking names out of thin air.
Hennessey if you didn't know (and let's be honest he's hardly a household name) is a promising young keeper with the mighty Wolves.
But don't go running out to get his name printed on the back of your top just yet.
I mean if Newcastle are well stocked in one department it's got to be the goalkeeping one.
Shay Given may have been injured for large chunks of the campaign but in Steve Harper we have more than an able deputy.
Both of them are loyal servants for the club and if you feel let down by the Toon defence over the years, how the heck must these two lads feel?
On top of that we've got Tim Krul a talented Dutchman who made a stunning Toon debut in Palermo in 2006 when he kept a Serie A side running riot on the domestic front well under control.
A choker of an injury during the warm-up at Watford a week or so later wrecked Krul's chances of building on things the next season and before another injury this term he was pulling off all of the stops on loan at Falkirk.
Then you have Fraser Forster, a goalkeeper with England potential.
Yes it may sound like I'm building him up, but reserve team level or not, some of the saves he pulled off in the second string last year were right out of the top drawer.
Rumour has it that Sam Allardyce actually told Forster he'd overtaken Krul at one stage last season and with the Dutch kid injured along with Given, he found himself on the bench and just a red card or injury away from getting on.
In fact looking at our goalkeeping brigade, it's that strong even young Swede Ole Soderberg must wait his turn.
Those of you who observed the Northumberland Senior Cup semi-final against Whitley Bay will know that the teenager is also one for the future after pulling off some fine saves against a much senior Hillheads outfit.
So there you have it, five reasons why it's unlikely that United will opt for the young Wolves stopper.
WHAT DO YOU THINK?