WEST BROM have added Chester boss Ian Rush to their list of targets for the vacant Hawthorns post.
Rush was due to hold talks on his future with chairman Steven Vaughan today having been given permission to meet the Welsh FA in the wake of Mark Hughes' departure.
But West Brom have also enquired about the Liverpool legend's position.
Rush remains committed to Chester, having only been in charge for ten games.
He faces a major dilemma as he's determined to lead the club to promotion this season. It's by no means a formality he will leave, even if the Welsh offer him the job.
John Toshack is the other candidate favoured by the Welsh, but Rush has emerged as the favourite.
Former Liverpool boss Gerard Houllier has also been mentioned as a possible contender, with Rush working as his assistant.
A number two role would allow Rush to remain at the Deva Stadium.