Dutch outfit NAC Breda are still searching for a new coach following the surprising departure of Robert Maaskant to Wisla Krakow.
The Yellow Army are understood to be taking their time to secure the right candidate for the position to take over at the Rat Verlegh Stadion.
The club have made a mixed start to the season collecting six pints from their opening five games under the guidance of caretaker management duo Gert Aandewiel and former Newcastle goalkeeper John Karelse.
However, Breda secured an impressive 2-0 victory against Feyenoord at the weekend thanks to a Robbert Schilder brace to propel them into 10th position in the Eredivisie.
Maaskant joined the Polish giants during the summer after a two-year spell with the Dutch club.
Breda were keen to attract RKC Waalwijk coach Ruud Brood back to the club where he worked as an assistant, however, negotiations broke down after a fee could not be agreed.
Technical director Jeffrey Van As told Dutch newspaper Algemeen Dagblad: "It's very clear for me.
"We continue to search for a new coach, it has not changed because of the win against Feyenoord."