Speculation is mounting that Anthony Daly could be set to make a sensational return to the Dublin hurling set-up.
It's after he stepped down from his director of coaching role at Limerick's underage academy.
The former Clare man helped Dublin win their first Leinster title since 1961 when they lifted the Bob O'Keefe cup in 2013.
He also won the Allianz League in 2011.
“After carefully reflecting, I've decided to resign from my position as director of coaching in the Limerick underage academy,” Daly said in a statement.
“They have been three very enjoyable years and the highlight was qualifying for an All-Ireland minor final in 2016.
“I would like to thank the Limerick County Board for giving me the opportunity and a special word of thanks to Joe McKenna, the former head of the academy, who invited me in initially.”
The search for a manager continues, Mattie Kenny is also thought to be in the running to succeed Ger Cunningham.