Former Aston Villa boss John Gregory could be set to make a surprise return to management with Hungary's national team.
The Magyars are looking for a new boss after Lothar Matthaus departed following his failure to reach this summer's World Cup finals.
Gregory, 51, has also been in charge at Portsmouth, Plymouth, Wycombe and Derby - leaving the Rams on acrimonious terms in March 2003.
He told the Daily Telegraph: 'Talks are ongoing and there could be something happening in the next 10 days.'
England are due to play Hungary in a World Cup warm-up at Wembley on May 30.