According to The Scottish Sun, Everton have added Rangers boss Mark Warburton to their list of targets if Roberto Martinez leaves the club this summer.
The Toffees picked up a vital 2-1 win over Bournemouth on Saturday afternoon, snapping a run of seven games without a win - but it may not be enough to keep Martinez in the job at Goodison Park.
A second underwhelming season in a row could cost the Spaniard his job this summer, with fans staging protests against his continued role on Merseyside - and many even expect new shareholder Farhad Moshiri to move on from Martinez this summer.
Now, The Scottish Sun report that Everton are in fact keen on Rangers manager Mark Warburton if Martinez does leave, having impressed so much in Scotland.
The former Brentford boss has guided Rangers to the Scottish Championship title as well as the Petrofac Training Cup, whilst the Scottish Cup could also be on the cards with a final against Hibernian next month.
A record in Scotland may not seem like much to Premier League fans, but Warburton also impressed with Brentford, and really is one of the finest English managers around.
It's claimed that Warburton is one of five managers being considered by Everton, with Manuel Pellegrini, Mark Hughes, David Moyes and Sean Dyche also being thought of as possible replacements for Martinez - and Gers fans may be somewhat worried that a Premier League offer could turn Warburton's head.
Do you think Warburton would be a good appointment for Everton?