West Brom after Brighton boss
West Bromwich Albion,
West Brom are keen for current Brighton boss Gus Poyet to take over from Roy Hodgson but face competition for the Uruguayan.
Hodgson will take charge of his last game on Sunday against Arsenal before he leaves the Hawthorns and already the club are looking for his replacement. The early front runner for the job is Birmingham boss Chris Hughton but he insisted on Wednesday night he was happy to stay at St Andrews', despite Blues missing out on the chance to gain promotion back to the Premier League. The Baggies are now thought to have turned their attention to Poyet, who has been in charge of the Seagulls since 2009, guiding them out of League One and into the Championship in that time. The former Chelsea midfielder has proven his loyalty to Brighton in the past by turning down Swansea in favour of staying on the south coast. However, the chance to manage a Premier League club might tempt Poyet to leave the Amex Stadium, although West Brom face competition from Aston Villa and Wolves who are also thought to be interested.