Former Forest Green boss Rob Edwards has emerged as a potential candidate to take over at Leeds United.
According to the Sun, the Elland Road outfit are keen on appointing the Luton Town boss as the successor to Sam Allardyce.
Edwards,40, is certainly hot property after an incredible 12 months, taking Forest Green to League One and then winning the Championship play-offs with Luton and a crack at the Premier League next season.
Edwards name has been mentioned alongside a shortlist among the likes of Steven Gerrard, Scott Parker, Carlos Corberan and Daniel Farke.
If Edwards moves to Leeds he will become the second Forest Green boss through the door of the Whites. David Hockaday had a six-game spell in charge of the Yorkshire outfit before being sacked by leftfield chairman Massimo Cellino.