Bohemians manager Pat Fenlon and St Mirren gaffer Danny Lennon have emerged as shock targets for Hibernian as they continue to find a replacement for Colin Calderwood.
The Edinburgh club sacked Calderwood on November 6 and are yet to appoint a new boss as they look to sort out their options.
42-year old Fenlon, who has been in charge at Bohemians since 2008, flew to Edinburgh for talks yesterday and it has been reported than thins went well with Hibs chairman Rod Petrie.
Fenlon was set to become Dundee United boss in January last year but Bohemian wanted compensation which made the deal over, however, they are prepared to let him leave this time around.
41-year old Lennon took over at St Mirren in June last year and has attracted plenty of interest from Hibs who have been impressed with what he has done with the Paisley club since.
Former Hibs star and current Shamrock Rovers manager Michael O'Neill remains on the Easter Road club's wanted list.