Former Newcastle United boss Alan Pardew has been made the bookies favourite to be the next England manager.
England qualified for next summer’s Euro 2016 Championships in France with the 6-0 win over San Marino.
But boss Roy Hodgson’s future after the tournament remains unclear.
Ex Toon boss Pardew, who left last season to take charge at Crystal Palace, has long-been linked as a future England boss.
And bookmakers Sky Bet have made him the current head of the leaderboard when 68-year-old Hodgson does eventually depart.
Pardew is top of the Sky Bet chart at 6/1, ahead of current England coach Gary Neville at 13/2.
Meanwhile highly-rated Bournemouth boss Eddie Howe is third at 12/1 and Gareth Southgate fourth at 14/1.
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