Recently departed Hull City manager Steve Bruce is being targeted by Wolverhampton Wanderers this summer, according to the Daily Star.
The former Manchester United defender left his post on Humberside earlier this week after growing frustrated with the club’s lack of investment.
He was interviewed for the vacant managerial position for England, though that job ultimately went to Sunderland chief Sam Allardyce.
Now, after Wolves were taken over by a wealthy Chinese consortium, they are reportedly keen on luring the former Wigan and Sheffield United coach to Molineux.
The 55-year old has previous in the Midlands, having managed Birmingham City for six years, leading them into the Premier League.
Backed by new investors, the ambitious Championship outfit could turn to a man who has a proven track record of winning promotion to the proverbial Promised Land at a number of different clubs.
Though Kenny Jackett is not currently out of a job with the club, a change in regime could see the former Millwall boss relieved of his duties.