Wright enjoyed a brief spell in the Arsenal first-team last season when David Seaman was injured.
Unfortunately he was unconvincing and Seaman regained his place as soon as he was fit.
But with Seaman coming to the end of his illustrious career Wright will expect his chance to come soon - if the even younger Stuart Taylor does not beat him to it.
Nigel Martyn (Leeds)
Consistently excellent for Leeds but has never convinced on the international stage.
The 35-year-old is a proven Premiership performer and has bags of experience.
Martyn is commanding on crosses, a good organiser and an impressive shot-stopper.
But it could be that Eriksson looks for a younger man to replace Seaman.
David James (West Ham)
Many people regard James as the best keeper in the Premiership.
He was certainly superb over the last few seasons with Aston Villa and has taken that form to West Ham.
But there is still the suspicion that James is vunerable on crosses and liable to make mistakes at crucial moments.