Antonio Conte has suggested he would like to lead Chelsea into the new Stamford Bridge.
The 48-year-old led Chelsea to the Premier League title in his first season in charge last term. He signed improved terms to the initial three-year deal he agreed on taking up the job, but not an extension. His contract still expires in June 2019.
Conte insists he is committed to Chelsea, who have planning permission to rebuild Stamford Bridge but are yet to make a final decision whether to proceed.
Rob Elliot is hoping Newcastle can take a leaf out of the Republic of Ireland's book as he targets Premier League and World Cup joy.
The 31-year-old goalkeeper is four games into his comeback from a knee ligament injury suffered on international duty which cost him a year of his career and in particular, a trip to the Euro 2016 finals.
Elliot could only look on helplessly as Newcastle slipped out of the Premier League at the end of the 2015-16 season, and managed just three appearances at the end...
Huddersfield boss David Wagner would not take a 17th-placed finish for his side this season if he were offered it now.
Wagner has no doubt the Terriers avoiding relegation by any margin in their first top-flight campaign since 1971-72 would count as a success.
But, ahead of Sunday's clash with Newcastle -- the Yorkshire outfit's first-ever Premier League home match -- the former U.S. international has also emphasised his philosophy of "no points target, no place target, no limits."