Caretaker boss Jim Duffy has urged the Norwich City board to appoint a new manager as soon as possible.
Duffy has been in caretaker charge at Carrow Road
The Canaries have lost three matches in a row since Duffy took charge following Peter Grant's recent exit.
"It's important the directors make some positive statements now and get the situation resolved," said Duffy.
"The players and supporters need to see that the club is going to stride forwards and strengthen. To do that, appointing a manager is paramount."
Saturday's 2-0 defeat at West Brom left Norwich bottom of the Championship with just eight points from 13 games.