Stuart Gray in frame for Fulham after taking training
By Lyall Thomas
Last Updated: 08/12/15 1:39pm
Former Sheffield Wednesday and Southampton manager Stuart Gray took training at Fulham on Monday.
It is understood the 55-year-old is under consideration for the head coach role, vacant since the Whites sacked Kit Symons as manager a month ago.
Fulham have exhausted their list of first-choice options, having seen their efforts to bring in Nigel Pearson, Steve Clarke and Gary Rowett fail.
First-choice Pearson, who was sacked by Leicester in the summer, held talks with the club but a deal could not be agreed, and then an audacious move for the now former Reading boss Clarke fell down on personal terms after a successful approach to the Royals.
Fulham also spoke to former Aston Villa manager Paul Lambert, but he opted to join Championship rivals Blackburn on November 16.
Rowett also chose to remain with current Championship side Birmingham City and Fulham have since been forced to reconsider their options, leading them to turn to Gray.
The former Aston Villa player was manager at Sheffield Wednesday for 18 months before parting company with the Owls in June.
Fulham have not won since Symons' departure from the club on November 8, with academy coach Peter Grant having taken the first team since.
They drew 1-1 with MK Dons and then Preston before a 3-0 defeat at Nottingham Forest on Saturday, which left them 16th in the table.