England World Cup winner Gordon Banks has concerns over the state of the nation's goalkeeping stocks.
The Leicester and Stoke legend said: "If foreign managers keep buying foreign keepers, we'll never have a top-quality England No 1.
"It really disappoints me when I see Spurs paying all that money for a foreign goalkeeper when they've Paul Robinson in their squad.
"People ask who my first choice would be at the moment and it's a really difficult one. There are youngsters coming through but you need a lot of games behind you to start playing for England."
Banks also told The Sun: "I kept a close eye on (Ben) Foster at Watford and then back at (Manchester) United. I felt he was really starting to look the part when he got injured.
"If he'd carried on like he had done, I think he could be in the United and England team now. I hope he is given the chance to come good again.
"In the meantime, there's not many stand out to me.