I was very much against his appointment, not because he's a bad manager, just I saw it as short termism and how we'll just have to start all over again in 18 months due to him probably not being good enough to achieve our ambitions of top 4.
However just him sitting in the stands made the players play for the shirt against West Ham, then we beat Huddersfield... It's amazing what a bit of organisation can do, plus players seeing a manager with some stature in the game coming in.
I'm now actually a bit excited by the possibility of what he can do, I have a good feeling about this, we've got some serious issues in the squad issues but some very good players too... A good Jan and summer window, his organisation and authority over the squad, his excellent backroom staff. Maybe, just maybe we'll all be surprised by what he achieves.