Swansea hope to appoint a new manager by Monday, according to chairman Huw Jenkins. The Swans are on the lookout for a new boss after Paulo Sousa left to join Leicester and Gary Speed, John Hartson and Chris Coleman have been linked with the role.
Jenkins told the South Wales Evening Post: "Myself and the board will be working very hard in order to have someone in position on Monday.
"I've seen the names being linked with us in the papers, but I don't understand why people are not looking at the managers who are doing a great job under a limited budget at other clubs lower down the leagues.
"Look at Paul Trollope at Bristol Rovers for example - he's done very well there. There's Terry Skiverton at Yeovil, who is doing a good job. Keith Hill at Rochdale has done a great job, while Eddie Howe is another to have done very well at Bournemouth."