Barnsley Football Club have made an approach for Inverness manager Terry Butcher, with a view to appointing Keith Hill's successor, the Scottish club has confirmed.
Paul Walker broke the news on Twitter, tweeting: Breaking; Inverness confirm that Barnsley have made an approach to talk to Terry Butcher.
Singapore born Butcher represented England on 77 occasions in an international career that spanned ten years. He also played for Ipswich and Rangers, clocking up over 450 appearances between them.
He has managed Coventry, Sunderland, Australian side Sydney FC, Motherwell and Brentford before taking over at Caley Thistle in 2009 and achieving relative success north of the border.
He currently sits as odds-on favourite with SkyBet and BetVictor at 8/13 and 4/6 respectively. Neil Redfearn and current caretaker David Flitcroft are next in the betting.