Matthew Benham has turned to Twitter in Brentford's search for their next manager.
The Bees are on the look-out for another boss after Uwe Rosler quit the club to join Wigan Athletic on Saturday, with 60 names already in the hat to replace the 45-year-old German.
Former Chelsea striker Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink and Neil Warnock are among those who have been linked with the vacant Griffin Park post, while sporting director Mark Warburton has emerged as the bookmaker's favourite.
Ian Holloway is the fans' choice, although chief executive Mark Devlin played down the possibility of a reunion with the ex-Crystal Palace chief, despite their time working together at QPR.
But Brentford owner Benham took the unorthodox approach of turning to his 2,700 Twitter followers to canvass opinion on Sunday.
The Smartodds supremo joked local Councillor Dhillon is 'certainly in the mix' for the position after he gave the thumbs up to the League One club's plans for a new stadium at Lionel Road this week.