Graham Potter is the favourite to succeed Gareth Southgate as England manager after the Three Lions were thrashed 4-0 by Hungary at Molineux.
The Brighton manager is 3/1 on Betfair following England's biggest home defeat for 96 years which saw the team booed off.
Eddie Howe is 5/1 while Frank Lampard, Steven Gerrard and Mauricio Pochettino are all 10/1.
In the newly-opened Southgate specials markets, the manager is 5/2 to leave his post as England boss before this year's World Cup in Qatar.
Last night's result brought to an end a miserable run of four Nations League matches, which saw England lose twice to Hungary and draw with Germany and Italy.
Concerns are mounting about England's chances at the World Cup in Qatar, which begins in November, but on the Exchange they are still third in the outright winner market at 8.27/1.
Only favourites Brazil 6.25/1 and holders France 7.413/2 are shorter in the betting.
England backers aren't panicking yet
The World Cup betting suggests that, despite the boos at Molineux, England backers aren't panicking and Southgate's record over the past four years means he has credit in the bank.
After last night's match, captain Harry Kane urged fans to keep faith in the team and management and pointed out that it was less than a year since England reached the final of Euro 2020.
Prior to that, at the World Cup in Russia in 2018, England reached the semi-finals.
Those achievements make Southgate England's most successful manager since Sir Alf Ramsey. They also suggest that tournament football is Southgate's forte.
England have only two more matches, against Italy and Germany when the Nations League returns in September, before they kick off their World Cup campaign against Iran on 21 November.
There is work to be done in all departmanets of the team, and selection conundrums to solve, if England are to stand any chance of winning international football's biggest prize for the first time in 56 years.