Former England Under-21s manager Stuart Pearce has become the latest to register an interest in taking over at Fulham.
The West London outfit are on the lookout for a new boss following the departure of Kit Symons earlier this month.
Many other names still remain in the frame, including Nigel Pearson, Paul Tisdale and Alan Curbishley, while Pearce - who boasts experience at Championship level with Nottingham Forest - has now admitted that he would like to be considered.
Speaking to Sky Sports News, the 53-year-old made his interest in the job known by declaring that he "would certainly" be open to taking on the role.
Pearce was sacked by Forest in February following a poor run of form that saw the club drift into mid-table obscurity.