Walsall are interested in speaking to West Bromwich Albion Professional Development Phase Coach Darren Moore about the prospect of becoming their new manager.
The Saddlers, who are currently third in League One, have been without a boss since Dean Smith left to join Championship side Brentford on Monday.
And with the club in with a chance of promotion to the second-tier, chairman Jeff Bonser is looking to put someone in place as soon as possible.
Mansfield boss Adam Murray is just one of a cluster of names to have been linked with the post, and he has now been joined on that lost of potential candidates by Baggies coach Moore.
The 41-year-old former centre-back, who started working with Albion’s academy at the start of the 2014/15 season, is keen to step into management and previously had a spell as first-team coach under Michael Appleton at Blackburn Rovers.