Former Crawley Town manager Harry Kewell was in attendance for Hibernian's clash at St Johnstone as speculation continues to mount over the Australian taking charge at Easter Road.
The ex-Liverpool and Leeds United player has been linked to the Hibees after former manager Paul Heckingbottom was sacked five days ago.
Kewell is keen to return to management following a year out. He was sacked by Notts County in 2018 after just ten weeks in charge.
The Australian ended his 15-month tenure at Crawley in August 2018 to take up the job at Meadow Lane.
Kewell is currently second favourite with SkyBet to take the job at 3/1. Former Sunderland manager Jack Ross is favourite at 1/3.
Speaking to Sky Sports before today's game at McDiarmid Park, Kewell remained coy on the rumours linking him to Hibernian.
He said: "I'm just here as a friend of a friend, I'm just watching.
"I think it's a fantastic club. There's a lot clubs up for new managers and being out of work there's always speculation but like I said I'm just here to enjoy the game."