Hibs head coach Paul Heckingbottom is among the leading candidates for the Middlesbrough job, according to a prominent bookmaker - despite taking charge of just 14 matches for the Capital club.
SkyBet has priced the former Leeds and Barnsley boss at 4/1, behind current favourite Jonathan Woodgate (10/11) and former Fulham boss Slavisa Jokanovic (7/2).
Heckingbottom is ahead of ex-Chelsea captain John Terry (5/1), former Brighton manager Chris Hughton (16/1) and Lincoln City boss Danny cowley, who is priced at 16s as well.
Hughton and Cowley are joined on 16s by ex-Barcelona and Netherlands international Michael Reiziger and former Leicester and OH Leuven manager Nigel Pearson.
Current Barnsley manager Daniel Stendel and Argentinian legend Gabriel Batistuta are priced at 18/1 along with ex-Rangers and Arsenal midfielder Mikel Arteta and Holstein Kiel head coach Tim Walker.
Other notable candidates include Rangers manager Steven Gerrard (20/1), Northern Ireland boss Michael O'Neill (25/1) and David Moyes - linked with the Celtic job - at 28/1.
Former Hibs and Celtic boss Tony Mowbray (33/1) is also listed.