BOOKMAKERS have slashed the odds on Ian Holloway becoming Millwall's next manager after a flurry of bets over the weekend.
Holloway is now as short as 1/6 to join the Lions, who sacked Steve Lomas on Boxing Day.
Ex-Sheffield Wednesday boss Dave Jones is the second favourite – but he is miles behind Holloway in the betting with odds of 7-1.
Holloway, who stepped down as Crystal Palace manager last October, recently expressed an interest in taking over at Wigan, who instead appointed Uwe Rosler.
He told BT Sport at the time: "I am back and ready to go. Sometimes you have to go and make some decisions in your life.
"I don't really have to take those decisions. As a manager you just have a briefcase and you are willing to travel.
"It is getting the right chairman. I want to play a certain way and help a club progress."
NewsAtDen readers voted Holloway as the man they wanted to replace Lomas last month.