SWINDON Town are lining up a second move to tie down on-loan goalkeeper Lawrence Vigouroux to a permanent move, according to reports.

Having signed the 22-year-old on a season-long deal from Liverpool in the summer, Town attempted a last ditch effort at the end of the last transfer window to make the move permanent which failed.

Lee Power said at the beginning of this window that he would be testing the Premier League club’s resolve again, with reports this morning suggesting a second bid is imminent.

Vigouroux has made 28 appearances for Town this season, keeping just three clean sheets, and Power, who has compared him to Anfield legend Bruce Grobbelaar is a fan of the Chilean stopper.

“There has been a change (in management) there and there has been a change here with us, but we really like Lawrence,” said Power earlier this month.

“He’s a bit of a wildcard and he’s one of those. We discussed that internally, that you could sell Lawrence one day for a fortune.

“Sometimes, it might not be great but other times, he takes your breath away with things that he does, but he is someone who we have spoken to Liverpool before about.

“They said they wouldn’t sell, but we’re going to try and have another crack at him in the window.

“We’re trying to crowbar the door open as we speak.”

The addition of Vigouroux on a permanent basis would free up a space to bring an extra person in on loan, with the club currently having four temporary signings – Vigouroux, Jordan Turnbull, Jordan Williams and Michael Doughty.