Former Manchester United head coach David Moyes and former Tottenham Hotspur boss Harry Redknapp are among those tipped to fill the vacant West Bromwich Albion coaching void.
The Baggies sacked head coach Darren Moore following the club's 1-1 English Championship draw against bottom-of-the-table Ipswich Town this weekend.
The result leaves the Baggies in fourth spot on the log standings, nine points off the automatic promotion spots.
Moore, 44, took over the reins at the Hawthorns following Alan Pardew's sacking in April 2018, after impressing in a caretaker role in a season in which the club suffered relegation from English Premier League.
Several coaches have been linked with taking over from Moore, including former Fulham boss Slavisa Jokanovic, who has emerged as the bookies favourite.
Ex-Huddersfield manager David Wagner's name has also been thrown into the mix, as well as the experienced duo of Moyes and Redknapp.
West From next face Swansea City on Wednesday evening.