Former Tottenham and Aston Villa boss Tim Sherwood is one of a select few who are now being considered for the vacant Wolves job in the Championship.
According to the Wolves Express and Star, Sherwood, out of work since last October after a run of six successive defeats as Aston Villa manager, has made the cut as the Wolves hierarchy whittle down their list of potential candidates.
Another ex-Villa gaffer in the form of Paul Lambert is also said to be of interest, while axed Derby County manager has reportedly had two interviews for the role at Molineux.
The other contenders are fan favourite Paul Ince, who has openly spoke his desire to take over, and current interim boss Dave Edwards who oversaw the 1-1 draw against Blackburn Rovers last weekend.
Wolves are expected to name Walter Zenga’s permanent replacement before their clash against Derby County this weekend.