In a summer of likely uncertainty for Tim Sherwood, it seems the bookies back him to find a job quickly with him topping Blackburn, Huddersfield and Bournemouth's list for next manager.
Tim Sherwood managerial odds:
Blackburn Rovers (5/1)
Huddersfield Town (11/1)
AFC Bournemouth (11/1)
However, it would seem that the managers at each team aren't under much pressure at all, particularly Howe at Bournemouth and Bowyer at Blackburn.
Howe guided Bournemouth to a respectable 10th placed finish in the Championship, which considering it was their debut season is a fantastic achievement. The Cherries managed 66 points and finished above many of the promotion favourites, such as Nottingham Forest and Bolton Wanderers.
Of course, if there is managerial causalities elsewhere in the country then Eddie Howe, on the back of this season, may become a target for a higher placed side.
Blackburn Rovers manager Gary Bowyer is another one that is unlikely to be on the move, especially after guiding the club to a respectable position.
In fact, Rovers finished in 8th position and were just one win away from cracking the last play-off spot.
Mark Robins, the Huddersfield manager, is the most likely to make way for the current Tottenham manager, but it does seem like an unlikely scenario.
Huddersfield supporters were left disappointed with their sides league position this season, which saw them finish just seven points above relegated Doncaster. Nevertheless, as things stand there is very little talk or calls for Mark Robins to be ousted as Huddersfield Town manager.
If Sherwood does leave Tottenham, which he is 19/1 to do this summer, he may struggle to find a readily open managerial position. And it does beg the question, where will the outspoken manager end up?