With the increasing likeliness of Manchester United stealing Louis van Gaal from under Tottenham's noses, David Moyes finds himself top of the Sherwood replacement list, according to the Daily Star.
Moyes, who was sacked by Manchester United on Tuesday, appears to be David Levy's prime candidate should Sherwood exit the club in summer.
This is not the first time Levy has looked to the Scotsman. Moyes was on his shortlist after the departure of Harry Redknapp in 2012 and, due to current situations, he would cost nothing to bring into the club - a move some fans would relish.
Although Moyes' record at United would be deemed by many as poor, the ex-Everton manager has proved his worth at Goodison Park, saving the club from relegation back in 2002 and producing a stable set up which left the Toffees a solid top half of the table side.
As Spurs aim to push higher and move forward, stability in management may just be key - Moyes could potentially offer just that. As such the Scot finds himself bookies favourite, with odds as low as 3/1 for him to be the next manager at White Hart Lane.
Whether David Moyes wants to relax after his fraught time at Old Trafford or get straight back on the horse is up to him but, what is clear, is that speculation will be rife this summer over who he will manage next.
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