Disgraced former England manager Sam Allardyce is reported to be one of three candidates considered by Wolverhampton Wanderers vacant manager's job.
Nigeria's current first choice goalkeeper Carl Ikeme plays for the Championship club.
According to BBC Sport, the other two candidates are former Leicester City boss Nigel Pearson and Paul Lambert, who once handled Aston Villa.
Wolverhampton are looking to appoint a replacement for legendary former Italian goalkeeper Walter Zenga, who was sacked after just 87 days.
BBC Sport says Pearson, 53, has already been interviewed, having parted company with Derby on 8 October.
Allardyce, 62, was sacked as England boss in September after one match following a newspaper investigation claiming he offered advice on how to "get around" rules on player transfers.
Pearson, Allardyce and Lambert all have promotion to the Premier League on their managerial CVs – Pearson with Leicester, Allardyce with Bolton and West Ham, and Lambert with Norwich.
Wolves are 18th in the English Championship league table having won only four of their opening 14 matches this season, losing four of their last five.