Slavisa Jokanovic's job in turning Fulham's fortunes around has not gone unnoticed by other clubs.
Former club Watford have had a difficult time of late and fans are keen to see the Serbian return to Vicarage Road, where he became the third manager after Graham Taylor and Aidy Boothroyd to take the Hornets to the top flight.
And their supporters are keen to see Jokanovic return to Hertfordshire in the summer with current boss Walter Mazzarri losing support among the Watford faithful.
Supporters of Premier League strugglers Middlesbrough have also grown weary of boss Aitor Karanka.
The former Real Madrid number two has spent a lot of money but his turgid style of play has come unstuck in the top flight this season and supporters feel it is time for a change with Jokanovic's passing game, expertly demonstrated against Newcastle, turning supporters' heads.
The Whites know they have a good thing going so any approach is likely to be met with a flat rejection from the club's hierarchy.