All Whites coach Anthony Hudson is in the mix to become the new manager of the Norwich football club in the English Championship.
The Canaries are searching for a new gaffer after sacking Alex Neil, and Hudson is reportedly in the frame to take over the club who are currently ninth in the second-tier competition.
The 35-year-old reportedly turned down the manager position at the MK Dons in English Football's third tier last year and was also strongly linked with the vacancy at Derby County before Steve McClaren took up that position.
Hudson is reportedly keen to return to English football if the right opportunity is available. He joins the list of renowned managers Roy Hodgson, Alan Pardew, Nigel Pearson and Alan Irvine interested in the role.
If successful, when Hudson would take up the position is not yet known with New Zealand set to play in the Confederations Cup in Russia starting on 17 June.