Leeds United manager Steve Evans has admitted he is flattered to be linked with the vacant manager's job at Celtic.
David Moyes, Neil Lennon and Roy Keane are believed to be the front runners, but Evans and Huddersfield Town manager David Wagner have also had their names mentioned.
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Evans said ahead of this weekend's clash with Hull City : "I think it is flattering for any manager or head coach to be linked with any job.
"But you can't let it take any focus away from the job in hand. Our only focus is Hull City on Saturday and when we are finished with Hull, it will be Charlton.
"I've been a Celtic fan since I was two seconds old. I'll always be a Celtic fan. Celtic is an iconic football club but Leeds United is an iconic football club, so my real focus and only focus is representing this famous club."
Celtic could also be in the market for Bolton Wanderers forward Zach Clough - but only if it is Neil Lennon who takes over, according to reports .
Lennon was sacked at the Macron Stadium earlier this term and has admitted he would welcome a return to Glasgow.
And media speculation is now linking his former player Clough with a move north of the border.
Brighton and Hove Albion are making Fulham star striker Ross McCormack a top summer target, according to a report in Thursday's Sun.
McCormack, who has scored 23 goals so far this term, signed a long term deal at Craven Cottage, meaning there is speculation it would take £15m to prize him away from the capital.
Chris Hughton is apparently worried about a lack of firepower as his side continue the push for promotion to the Premier League.
Latest media speculation on the Nottingham Forest manager's job has installed Gus Poyet as second-favourite - and there are suggestions Leeds man Liam Bridcutt could join him at the City Ground.
Poyet was sacked by AEK Athens on Wednesday, and is a big fan of Sunderland midfielder Bridcutt.
Currently on loan at Leeds, his future is to be determined but he was a key man for Poyet at Brighton and the Uruguayan was the man who brought him to the Stadium of Light.
Sheffield Wednesday manager Carlos Carvalhal has claimed Fernando Forestieri is getting a "rough ride" from Championship refs.
The striker was booked for diving on Wednesday night against MK Dons, his third yellow card for simulation in two months.
Carvalhal said: “I know how talented he is and if you are asking me to pick a team of the year, Fernando would certainly be in it. I applauded something he did in the first half by mistake.
“I think sometimes he gets dealt a very rough ride.”
Fabrizio Ravanelli is dreaming of a return to Middlesbrough .
The Italian spent a year on Teesside in the 1990s and is keen on a return, but in the manager's chair should Aitor Karanka depart in the summer.
Ravanelli is quoted in the Sun as saying : “My dream is to return to Middlesbrough. It is club I really enjoyed playing at.
“It is a place I feel I am loved, where I really enjoyed a great season.
“And I would love to return to the club as manager — because I am convinced it would go well.”
For Wolves, it is striker that tops the summer priority list.
Boss Kenny Jackett has bemoaned a collective goal drought suffered by his attacking stars that he believes has cost the club any chance of the play-offs.
Said Jackett: "I would put our attacking force as a major priority. The thing we need to improve on is our forward options, I think that’s No 1.
“We’ve been short going forward and we haven’t done enough going forward, particularly in the second half of the season, to really mount a challenge. That’s been the biggest thing we’ve needed to improve on."