Former Manchester United and England full-back Phil Neville is a contender to take over as England women's boss.
Mo Marley has been in transient rate since Mark Sampson used to be sacked following proof of "inappropriate behaviour" in a earlier role in September.
But Neville, who has up to now coached with Manchester United, Valencia and England Under-21s, would constitute a wonder appointment.
England are ranked 3rd on the planet, with the 2019 World Cup due in France.
The Football Association (FA) had deliberate to nominate a new head coach via the top of 2017, alternatively a number of doable appointments dropped out of the working.
Rumours of 40-year-old Neville's hobby had been circulating across the England camp, in keeping with Chelsea defender Claire Rafferty.
Under Sampson, England reached the Euro 2017 semi-finals, in the end shedding to winners the Netherlands, they usually additionally completed 3rd on the 2015 World Cup - their easiest end on the event.
"We imagine we will win the World Cup so we need to get the suitable particular person with the suitable set of talents.
"We are lucky we have had a great interim in Mo Marley, so that has allowed us to spend that bit more time to make sure we are assessing all of the talent across the world."