Steve Evans believes he can lead Leeds United to promotion next season.
Like David Wagner, Evans has been linked with the Celtic job, but says he would love to be back at Elland Road.
And with the right backing, he is confident a promotion charge is possible.
Said Evans : “This club needs stability. It has needed it for some time now. It now has an opportunity to have some stability. I have never hidden the fact that this is a club I would love to be in charge of next season.
“We know what the pressure will be and the remit that comes with it but I am as confident as I can be that if I get the support from the president, a promotion campaign will follow.
“This club has to challenge for the Premier League and it has to challenge sooner rather than later."
Nottingham Forest winger Oliver Burke is on Arsenal's watch list - according to a report in the Sun.
The 19-year-old has forced his way into the Forest first team this season and there is speculation the Gunners could look to upgrade their wide options this summer.
But the teenager signed a new four and a half year deal at the City Ground in February.
Charlton Athletic could be set for new owners.
The Addicks have been relegated to League One amid a background of fan protests, with a demonstration planned for this weekend's game with Brighton.
And former Charlton defender Paul Elliott is fronting a buy of the club according to fanzine Voice of the Valley.
Bournemouth are keeping close tabs on four Reading players ahead of the summer.
Get Reading reports that boss Eddie Howe has been spotted watching multiple games in recent weeks, and his wish list includes defender Jake Cooper, as well as Oliver Norwood, Jordan Obita and Michael Hector.
Preston North End defender Greg Cunningham is catching the eye of several Championship clubs as the transfer window approaches.
QPR, Wolves and Blackburn are a ll said to be tracking the progress of the former Manchester City youngster , who has had an excellent debut campaign at Deepdale.
The Irishman signed a two year deal last summer and the interested clubs are hoping to prize him away with one year left.
TV pundit and former Chelsea star Andy Townsend has joined Bolton Wanderers in an advisory role.
He is not being considered for the manager's job , still vacant after Neil Lennon was sacked last month.
But he will help them find their man ahead of next term, which the Trotters will contest in League One.