Doncaster Rovers are still drawing up a shortlist as they seek a replacement for Dean Saunders as manager.
Saunders departed the League One club last week to take charge at Wolves, leaving Brian Flynn and Rob Jones to take the reins on a caretaker basis for Saturday's 2-1 win at Stevenage.
The duo will remain at the helm for the home match against Leyton Orient this weekend as a decision on the new boss is not expected until next week.
Huddersfield coach Glynn Snodin, who made more than 300 appearances for Doncaster as a player, was the 7/2 favourite with Sky Bet on Monday morning to be Rovers' next permanent manager.
Former Wrexham, Swansea and Wales U21 boss Flynn, 57, who had been working as a scout for Rovers, was quoted at 4/1 along with St Johnstone manager Steve Lomas.
Nick Barmby, Gary Smith and Paul Dickov are also among the front-runners in the betting.