Bradford City boss Phil Parkinson is being linked with the Heart of Midlothian managerial vacancy.
Following the sacking of John McGlynn on Thursday, Parkinson’s name has already been thrown around as his potential successor at Tynecastle.
SunSport suggests that Parkinson, who led League Two Bradford to the Capital One Cup final, would be open to the move if the Edinburgh outfit were to come calling.
Parkinson has been with Bradford since the summer of 2011 after management stints with Charlton Athletic, Hull City and Colchester United. As a player he spent time with Southampton, Bury and Reading.