Former York City defender Graham Potter has emerged as favourite for the manager’s job at Scottish Premiership club Rangers.
The Glasgow side are already under the caretaker leadership of one-time Bootham Crescent midfielder and current Ibrox youth coach Graeme Murty.
Potter, 42, has taken Swedish side Ostersunds FK from the fourth tier into the top-flight since being appointed in charge back in 2011.
He has also won the Swedish Cup with them before this season producing outstanding results in the Europa League, including victories against Galatasaray, Hertha Berlin and Arsenal at the Emirates.
Other names in the frame for the position at Rangers are Frank De Boer and Alex Neil, according to the Daily Record.
Solihull-born Potter made 131 appearances and scored eight goals for the Minstermen between 2000-03.
He’s also been recently linked with another of his former clubs, West Bromwich Albion.