Former Eastbourne Borough manager Garry Wilson has been linked to the vacant managerial position at Lewes.
Wilson is currently working with Eastbourne Town as assistant manager to Danny Bloor but recently stated he would consider a move if it was an attractive offer.
The Dripping Pan hotseat would perhaps fall into that category for Wilson who has also interested the likes of Eastbourne United and Hailsham Town.
County League one side Hailsham Town parted company with their long term manager Kenny McCreadie last week and are yet to announce a successor.
Eastbourne United accepted Paul Daubeney’s resignation this week due to increased work commitments.
United narrowly failed to gain promotion back into the top tier of Sussex football on the final day of last season.
Lewes sacked their manager Simon Wormull, a former Eastbourne Borough player, at the end of April following a tough Ryman League Premier campaign that saw them battling against relegation. Lewes will be conducting interviews throughout next week.