Despite taking over at Celtic a few seasons back after the disastrous tenure of Tony Mowbray, Neil Lennon has only recently started to silence those who doubted his ability to cope with the pressure of managing at Parkhead.
Last season's Champions League run, which saw them progress through the group stages after beating Barcelona, and seeing off Spartak Moscow and Benfica, proved that Lennon was capable of of going head to head with some of the finest coaches on the Continent—and that he could come out on top.
This summer saw him linked with a move to the EPL with Everton, and although Roberto Martinez was eventually chosen as David Moyes's replacement at Goodison, Lennon's name will be in the frame once more as soon as the next vacancy down south opens up.
Naturally, there are plenty of reasons why Neil Lennon should stay with Celtic, and look to build on the success he's already had, but we're not going to look at any of those here—where would be the fun in that?
Instead, let's play devil's advocate for a while, and think about why Lennon might consider packing in his job at Celtic, and heading for the bright lights of the EPL.