FIFA secretary general Jerome Valcke admits Hawk-Eye goal-line technology will be considered if the system's developers guarantee a 100 per cent success rate.
Football's governing body have previously been reluctant to use video technology to settle on-pitch disputes.
But they seem keen on taking the Hawk-Eye idea further.
Speaking to fcbusiness.co.uk, Valcke said: "The decision is, do we extend the tests, which we at FIFA are ready to do and ready to pay for? Maybe we will do the next tests in England and in a stadium.
"If something is working then why not? [FIFA president] Sepp Blatter was clear to the executive committee by saying if there is a system that’s working we have to accept it."