Former Charlton Athletic boss Dean Holden is said to be interested in the Bradford City job.
The Bantams recently opted to axe Mark Hughes, making a significant change following a sluggish start to the season.
Experienced midfielder Kevin McDonald has since taken the reins on an interim basis, although the search for a successor is underway.
As per the Telegraph & Argus, it is understood Holden is interested in the vacancy.
He has been out of work since August, when he was sacked as Charlton boss.
The 44-year-old has previously led Oldham Athletic and Bristol City, as well as Stoke City on a temporary basis.
Holden is reportedly keen to make a swift return to management.
Leam Richardson is currently the favourite to be appointed with BetVictor, sitting ahead of Danny Cowley and Karl Robinson.