Head coach Enrique Sanchez Flores of RCD Espanyol
Bilic has lost four of his first seven Premier League games this season, and whilst some fans want him gone, it seems more likely that he will be given until the end of the campaign, when his contract expires.
A number of managers have already been linked with moves to the London Stadium as Bilic's replacement, and another can be added to the list in Espanyol's Quique Sanchez Flores.
Spanish newspaper Sport claim that West Ham are interested in Espanyol's Quique Sanchez Flores – and there may be some mutual interest, as it's stated that he wants a return to English football.
Sanchez Flores, 52, spent a year in charge of Watford between 2015 and 2016, winning 36% of his games in charge of the Hornets before being somewhat harshly replaced.
That allowed Sanchez Flores to return to Spain with Espanyol, where he has again won 36% of his games, guiding them to an eighth-placed finish in La Liga last season.
Now though, with West Ham understood to be keen on brining Sanchez Flores back to the Premier League, it's stated that he is keen on heading back to England when his Espanyol deal expires – which is at the end of this season, just like Bilic's, meaning the stars could align for the Spaniard to take the job at West Ham.