Former Black Caps coach Mike Hesson has parted ways with Indian Premier League cricket side Kings XI Punjab.
However, he's already been linked with a number of other jobs.
Hesson took over the IPL club from Australian Brad Hodge in October last year.
In his one season in charge, Punjab again failed to make the play-offs finishing sixth.
Hesson, 44, will leave just one year into his two year contract.
He has been linked with vacant jobs with India, Pakistan and Bangladesh.
ESPNcricinfo is reporting that Hesson is on the shortlist for the Bangaldesh job along with Grant Flower, Paul Farbrace, Russell Domingo and Chandika Hathurusingha.