The Canaries placed youth team coach Neil Adams in charge for the final five games of the Barclays Premier League season following the sacking of Chris Hughton on April 6.
But Adams was unable to prevent the Norfolk club from losing their top-flight status, with the board admitting to making mistakes and feeling "frustrated, hugely disappointed and embarrassed" by relegation.
However, McNally revealed Adams is "a credible candidate" for the managerial vacancy with the likes of former City captain Malky Mackay, Celtic boss Neil Lennon and Gianfranco Zola also being linked to the position.
Lennon is 'linked' but would he make the move to the Championship?
He will always be a "nobody" so long as he stays in the one-team Scottish League but has he the balls to take on the challenge south of the border?
The answer: NO!