Tony Warner is having a trial with Stanley as Paul Cook steps up his goalkeeper search.
The 38-year-old former Liverpool, Millwall and Tranmere stopper is training with the Reds this week.
Cook is also currently in talks with defender Tom Eckersley from Bolton and striker James Gray, from Middlesbrough, about a Stanley deal.
"We are looking at Tony, he worked with physio Les Parry at Tranmere and so he has come to us for a while," said Cook.
"But, to be fair, Ian Dunbavin finished last season really well and it would take a lot to displace him while young Andrew Dawber has done well too.
"I think we are probably finished with the trialists now. Tom and James have both impressed and I hope we can do a deal with both to stay.
"Now we will be looking elsewhere for signings.
"We are in a great position at the club in that we have money to spend but it has to be spent wisely. It takes time for squads to evolve."
Cook admitted that they had looked at the possiblity of having QPR’s Joey Barton, banned for the first 12 games of the season, training with the Reds with a view to taking him on loan – but he has gone to League Two rivals Fleetwood.
"We had talked about it but it’s the circus which comes with him which can take on a life of its own," said Cook. "We just want to go about our business quietly, come in and work hard and never get too high or too low no matter what happens.
"Micky Mellon obviously feels it’s right for Fleetwood and good luck to him."
Former Cheltenham striker Brian Smikle scored the winner for Stanley against Blackburn on Saturday – with a little help from Rovers keeper Paul Robinson – and the Reds may have another look at him.
He hasn’t been training with Stanley as he lives in Birmingham but they may field him again in Sunday’s Crown Ground clash with St Mirren.
Meanwhile Cook said they are working on reducing the number of cards defender Toto Nsiala picks up this season.
In his loan spell of 19 games last season he got 11 yellows and one red and Cook knows this needs to be cut down.
"Toto is now playing competitive regular football for the first time in his life," said the Stanley boss. "Before he was at Everton but reserve football is different. The standard and quality of football is high but the competitiveness and intensity is not the same as the Football League.
"We have great faith in Toto, he has great potential and we believe he will go on to bigger things.
"But he will make mistakes so what we have to do is to try and help him learn from these mistakes and gradually cut them out.
"He has been playing international football with the Democratic Republic of Congo and the experience has been great for him. If they qualify for the African Cup of Nations in January and he gets picked, it will benefit both him and the club."