West Bromwich Albion are in the search for a new manager following the sacking of former boss Darren Moore on Saturday.
Moore was dismissed following his side’s 1-1 draw with bottom of the table Ipswich Town, leaving the Baggies fourth in the Championship.
The club are now searching of their fourth manager in the space of two years as they look to return to the Premier League.
Here, we take a look at the top five candidates to replace Moore, according to the bookies’ odds:
Slavisa Jokanovic – 1/2
The former Chelsea midfielder is the outright favourite for the job following his sacking by Premier League side Fulham in November.
Jokanovic has shown that he can guide a team to promotion, helping Fulham to a play-off victory in the 2017-18 season.
The Serbian was a popular figure at Craven Cottage but a difficult first season in the Premier League saw him leave just four months into the campaign.
Gary Rowett – 7/1
Having been sacked by pre-season title favourites Stoke City in January, Rowett now finds himself without a job.
Rowett has a strong reputation as a high-quality Championship manager, with strong spells with Derby County and Birmingham City.
The 45-year-old, however, struggled during his time at Stoke City, leaving the Potters in the bottom half of the table.
David Moyes – 8/1
The former Manchester United manager has struggled in management following his time at Old Trafford.
Difficult spells at Real Sociedad, Sunderland and West Ham United all ended with Moyes being sacked within the space of a year.
However, Moyes showed in his time at Everton that he has quality, picking up three LMA Manager of the Year awards during his time with the club.
David Wagner – 10/1
Wagner managed to find the magic formula for Championship promotion as he guided underdogs Huddersfield Town to the Premier League.
Huddersfield went into the 2016-17 Championship season with low expectations but, following a barnstorming season for the Terriers, they defeated Reading on penalties in the play-off final.
The former Dortmund man managed to keep Huddersfield in the Premier League in his first season but a difficult second spell saw him sacked in January.
Derek McInnes – 10/1
McInnes has helped to rebuild Aberdeen back into credible title challengers in the SPFL.
Having originally struggled in England with Bristol City in 2013, the 47-year-old returned to Scotland and rebuilt his reputation as a top-class manager.
McInnes has now been with the club for six years and would be unlikely to leave for this job – but would certainly be a good appointment.