Odds have been dramatically cut on MK Dons boss Karl Robinson taking over as Leeds United head coach.
While Oldham boss John Sheridan remains favourite to land the role, Robinson has emerged from nowhere to be ranked at 12/1 on.
This places him alongside the trio of Walter Zenga, Fabio Cannavaro and Dougie Freedman, each who have seen their odds drift over the course of the week.
Robinson has recently suffered relegation this season from the Championship with MK Dons, but managed to get them promoted the year before, and is credited for helping nurture Dele Alli into the England international he is today.
He has been in charge at Stadium: MK since 2010, taking charge when he was just 29.
Even at 35, he was the youngest manager in the Championship last season, but it is hard to argue with the experience he has already amassed.
Current boss Steve Evans remains 6/1 to be head coach at Leeds on the first day of next season.