Nottingham Forest have reportedly started to consider replacements for head coach Aitor Karanka.
Forest currently sit in 10th position in the Championship standings having failed to win any of the last four games at the second tier.
The East Midlands outfit squandered a three-goal lead at Norwich City on Boxing Day, and after an alleged falling out with his players, it appears that the Spaniard may be pushed out at the City Ground.
According to the Daily Mail, the club's hierarchy may sack Karanka in the near future and former Fulham boss Slavisa Jokanovic is already said to be in the running for a role in the dugout.
Karanka is closing in on 12 months at Forest, but just 15 wins and 19 draws have come from his 49 matches in charge.