At times this season, Everton have shown a lot of promise under manager Marco Silva.
However, a string of poor results and lacklustre performances have since seen the Portuguese coach’s future at the Merseyside club come into question.
With that in mind, if Everton decide a managerial change is eventually necessary, then they should look no further than David Wagner.
Wagner, of course, left Huddersfield Town last month with the Terriers at the bottom of the table.
However, the German still did an exceptional job when it came to not only winning promotion with the club, but also securing Premier League safety the following season.
To put things simply, this Huddersfield squad is hands down one of the worst the Premier League era has ever seen, putting into perspective how efficient Wagner’s work was.
Considering that, with a large transfer budget and much better players to work with, it would not be a surprise to see Wagner go on to accomplish something special.
And at Everton, the 47-year-old would have just that.
With all of that being said, Silva has shown enough to suggest he can deliver most the things Everton supporters want to see with some of the football that the team were playing earlier in the season being on another level to what was on show when Sam Allardyce was at the helm.
Unfortunately for Silva, though, that may not be enough, especially when equally capable coaches such as Wagner wait in the shadows.