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Graham Potter has started out very well since his appointment as Chelsea manager.
The 47-year-old remains unbeaten as Chelsea boss, and has been in charge for 9 games – managing six wins and three draws.
Glenn Hoddle who has played for and managed Chelsea in the past, is backing Potter to become the next England head coach.
“I think he needs more credit,” Hoddle told BT Sport.
“Him or [Newcastle United boss] Eddie Howe will be England manager one day.”
Meanwhile, Joe Cole has told Potter that it won’t be all rosy for him, and he’d definitely have challenges ahead.
“He’s come into the club, he’s given everyone a fresh start,” Cole told BT Sport when quizzed about Potter’s first few games in charge.
“Players like Kepa [Arrizabalaga], he’s come into the fold. For me, the first 10 games were the danger for Potter.
“It’s a long-term appointment. That’s for sure. Chelsea traditionally go for a big name for immediate success but these new owners, they want to build the club.
“The first [nine] games, he’s had a look at everyone. He’s made five changes on multiple occasions. He’s brought everyone in, it’s a happy camp at the moment.
“The challenges will come in the new year, when he gets to the business end [of the season] when he starts to settle on a team.”