Michael O’Neill – 2/1
The Northern Ireland manager has been in charge of his national team for eight years and arguably led them to one of its most successful periods ever.
Neil Harris – 4/1
The former Millwall manager is one of the favorites for this job after resigning from his long term role at The Den.
Chris Hughton – 4/1
After being sacked by Premier League Brighton, the Irishman would have to use all of his experience to guide Stoke away from the relegation zone.
David Moyes – 6/1
The former Manchester United manager would be a coup for Stoke and, after managing in the top flight for most of his career, would have to drop down to the bottom of the Championship.
Tony Pulis – 6/1
The Welshman is still held in high regard in Stoke after he guided the club into the Premier League for the first time and reached the FA Cup Final in 2011.
Jose Gomes – 13/2
The much-travelled Portuguese manager recently quit fellow Championship side Reading after just two wins in their first 11 games this season.
Aitor Karanka – 7/1
The former Real Madrid defender is still looking for a job after stints in the Championship with Middlesbrough and Nottingham Forest.
Nigel Pearson – 9/1
After a two-year spell in Belgium managing OH Leuven, Pearson is back in England and has experience in this league, being promoted with Leicester City in 2014.