Charlton goalkeeper Darren Randolph is the latest name to be linked with a move to Turf Moor.

It would be a return to East Lancashire for Randolph if a deal was to go through.

The Dublin-born Republic of Ireland Under 21 international spent three months on loan at Accrington Stanley at the start of their Conference winning season of 2005/06 before being replaced by fellow Addicks’ stopper Rob Elliot for the remainder of the campaign.

Randolph has played second fiddle to Elliot for much of Charlton’s season, but featured in their unsuccessful play-off campaign after keeping five clean sheets in the last nine games when Elliott was injured.

Randolph has one more year remaining on his contract, as has Elliot, who impressed former Burnley boss Owen Coyle on Charlton’s last visit to Turf Moor in January 2009 and saved two penalties against Woking when Accrington achieved promotion back to the Football League.

But goalkeeper Maik Taylor, who had previously been linked with a move to Burnley this summer, has signed a new deal at Birmingham.