Cardiff boss Jones being discussed at West Ham
The Sunday Mirror says Jones is top of West Ham's shortlist to replace Avram Grant, according to reports.
The Hammers are considering a successor to the Israeli despite Saturday's morale-boosting win against Wigan.
And Jones, who co-owner David Sullivan greatly admires, is on their list along with former England boss Glenn Hoddle.
But QPR chief Neil Warnock is now a non-starter after their arrival of Wally Downes, with whom he has a long-running feud, as Grant's new assistant.