Mauricio Pochettino may not have got his hands on any silverware yet, but he's done a fine job at Spurs.
The Argentine has transformed the north London club from mediocre to a member of the elite, courtesy of three consecutive top-four finishes.
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Tottenham's improvement has not gone unnoticed and the fact they are regularly knocking on the door of major honours means their prize assets are constantly linked with moves away from the club.
That's to be expected; if you are tearing up trees then your rivals often become interested in your roots.
But Spurs fans are far from happy with the growing 'campaign' for Pochettino to up sticks and join Manchester United.
The Red Devils are in the market for Jose Mourinho's successor and Pochettino's hat has been thrown into the ring by almost everyone - except for the man himself.
Supporters are beginning to get frustrated at suggestions that their manager will be unable to resist the temptations of Old Trafford.
Football is often dictated by a pecking order, with the biggest club usually coming out on top, but Spurs fans are eager for Pochettino to buck the trend and commit to his ongoing project with Harry Kane and co.
The message is clear - hands off - but will it fall on deaf ears?