Odds on former Liverpool and Swansea City manager Brendan Rodgers to become the new boss at Celtic have dropped dramatically in the last 24 hours.
The Northern Irishman, who grew up supporting Celtic, was previously looked upon as an outsider for the role. A return to former club Swansea was mooted with some reports suggesting it was all but a done deal with the Welsh EPL side.
However, for the meantime, Rodgers remains out of work after leaving Anfield last year.
Earlier this week he refused to rule out a potential move to Celtic Park, fuelling the speculation.
Odds on him to become the next Hoops boss have fallen as low as 2/1, with most bookmakers making him the second leading candidate behind Paul Lambert and ahead of David Moyes.