Former Forest Green Rovers manager Dave Hockaday is the bookmakers favourite for the vacant managerial position at Leeds United.
Hockaday has today been cut to 3/1 from 50/1 to be the next Leeds boss, and he is now the favourite to take the helm at the Yorkshire club.
Brian McDermott parted company with the Elland Road club last night, after a fractious relationship with club owner Massimo Cellino.
Hockaday has had managerial experience with non-league Forest Green Rovers, where he enjoyed a four-year stint at the club.
The former Blackpool, Swindon and Hull City player is known for establishing the first football academy in England, and the 56-year-old has also been assistant manager at Watford.