ANDONI Iraola described the goalkeeper situation at Cherries as an “open position”, with four men available for selection.

With Neto and Darren Randolph fit again, they are set to challenge Andrei Radu, who has started the last three fixtures.

Mark Travers is also an option, recalled from his loan spell at Stoke City last month, when Neto and Randolph were ruled out.

The Irishman, who was impressing with the Potters, was an unused substitute for Premier League games against Burnley and Manchester City.

Asked if captain Neto is fully fit and available for selection having returned to training this week and if it is as simple as him coming straight back into the team, boss Iraola told the Daily Echo: “The decision to make is who starts and who is on the bench.

“But he (Neto) has been training with us this week and he looks ready, yes.

“I think it’s an open position.

“Every game they will have to fight for the position, every game.

“And I will have to make the decision every week, according to what I feel, what I see in training, their performances.

“Right now we have the three, with Darren that also has been part of the training this week, so we have four keepers.

“Now it’s my turn to make the decisions.”