With over ten years of managerial experience, Quique Sanchez Flores was handed his first Premier League job in 2015 when newly-promoted Watford appointed him as their head coach, and it will be the Spaniard's job to keep the Hornets in the top flight.
A Europa League winner with Atletico Madrid, the Spanish international has also tasted managerial spells at Benfica, Al Ahli, Al-Ain and Getafe, but the move to Watford is arguably the biggest test of his career.
However, a sparkling start to his time at Vicarage Road has left Watford fans in a positive mindset, as he looks to cement their spot as one of the top English club sides.
I partied with Alfredo Di Stefano but Watford is now my world.
I know about people like Elton John and what he did years ago and Watford have had important players like John Barnes playing at this club as well. So it is special to come here and to go into the Premier League, I know that. I feel a passion for my work and I want to transmit that to the fans and the players.
I always want to improve and create something special on the pitch.
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The Sack Race's Opinion
Quique Sanchez Flores headed to the Premier League with a glowing reputation, having won the Europa League with Atletico, but it's impressive start at Watford that has got people talking and with limited resources he has shown a real managerial talent, and he could be destined for the top.