Birmingham boss Alex McLeish has emerged as a candidate for the vacant managerial post at Fulham Skysports.com understands.
Fulham are on the lookout for a new boss after Mark Hughes quit Craven Cottage on Thursday following the expiration of his contract.
A number of names have been linked with the role at Fulham, including Martin O'Neill and Martin Jol, but McLeish is thought to be in the running.
McLeish's future at Birmingham has been the subject of speculation for some time amid reports of strained relations with the club's board.
Birmingham's board backed McLeish in the wake of their relegation from the Premier League, but have put pressure on him to win promotion at the first time of asking.
McLeish remains a highly respected boss, despite Birmingham's relegation, after leading them to Carling Cup success with victory over Arsenal and a place in Europe next season.
The 52-year-old has a wealth of experience having managed Motherwell, Hibernian, Rangers and Scotland prior to taking over at St Andrew's.
McLeish could be attracted by a move back to the Premier League if Fulham come calling for his services.