Tottenham Hotspur will go for Wolves boss Nuno Espirito Santo if they are to part ways with Jose Mourinho.
Mourinho is under intense pressure at Spurs following a spate of poor performances with reports rife that the club might show him the door if they fail to qualify for Europe.
The Daily Express claims that Levy is a major fan of Santo, who led the club out of the Championship three years ago and has taken them to the Europa League quarter-finals and two seventh-placed Premier League finishes.
While Nuno signed a new deal at Wolves in September tying him to the club until 2023, he has constantly been linked with a move away from the Molleniex with Arsenal said to be the other team interested in his services should they part ways with Mikel Arteta.
Spurs are currently lying six points outside the Champions League places and three away from the Europa League qualification slots with Mourinho saying over the weekend that it would be difficult for them to finish among the best six teams in the division.
Spurs who have seven games left this season can however still lay their hands on a trophy if they can beat Manchester City at Wembley on Sunday in the EFL Cup.