Former Manchester United striker Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has reportedly emerged as a leading candidate to replace Mick McCarthy as Wolves manager on a full-time basis.
McCarthy was sacked in February after a 5-1 defeat by local rivals West Brom at Molineux and, following a botched recruitment basis, his assistant Terry Connor was appointed on an interim basis.
Things have become even worse under the stewardship of Connor, with Wolves now bottom of the Premier League having taken only one point from a possible 18.
Wolves chairman Steve Morgan is now frantically searching for a McCarthy's long-term successor and, according to the Daily Mail, Solskjaer heads his shortlist.
The former Old Trafford favourite enjoyed a quite sensational start to his managerial career; leading Molde to their first ever league crown during his maiden season with the club.
Paul Ince, another ex-Manchester United player, is also reportedly among the list of candidates for the position, and is currently available having left Notts County last year.