Mayo have reportedly sounded out former Kerry boss Jack O'Connor about becoming their next senior football manager.
The Irish Mirror says Mayo officials have approached O'Connor about succeeding Stephen Rochford - while he's also in the running for a third spell as manager of his native Kerry.
While two of the leading contenders to become Mayo manager have distanced themselves from the position.
Former Donegal boss Jim Guinness wants his next career move to be a management position at a soccer club.
McGuinness says he's open to working in Ireland, England or further afield.
James Horan feels the time is not right for him to have a second spell in charge of Mayo.
But he's not ruling out another term in the future.