Neil Lennon is the latest bookies’ favourite to be the new Huddersfield Town manager.
It’s claimed the 43-year-old former Celtic boss is among those to have been interviewed.
Chris Powell, whose former club Charlton Athletic visit on Saturday, is also being strongly linked.
Town have a home Capital One Cup second-round tie against Nottingham Forest, one of Lennon’s former clubs, on Tuesday.
Alex McLeish and former Town manager Neil Warnock, are also strongly in the running according to the bookies.
Former Northern Ireland star Lennon left Celtic voluntarily in May but has said he is now ready to return to football.
He led the Glasgow giants to three Scottish titles and two Scottish Cup wins in his four years at the helm.
Celtic also made the knockout stages of the Champions League in 2012-13.
Lennon recently told Sky Sports: “I’ve had a nice break and I feel I have a lot to offer.
“I’ve been pretty successful at Celtic so I’m looking for a new challenge.
“Where that takes me I don’t know. I’d have no hesitation working in the English Championship.”
Lennon, who also played for Manchester City, Crewe Aexandra, Leicester City, Celtic and Wycombe Wanderers, claimed the intensity of the Celtic job had made him feel claustrophobic.
Town have said Mark Lillis will again lead the side for the Charlton clash.
He took over as stand-in manager in the wake of Mark Robins’ departure after the 4-0 opening-day home defeat by Bournemouth.