When Thomas Tuchel was hurriedly appointed by Chelsea in January after the sacking of club legend Frank Lampard, everything that could have gone wrong had gone wrong, the Blues were closer to the bottom of the table than to the top of it.
Thomas Tuchel had little time to find a working formula with the available players and get Chelsea out of midtable and at least secure a top four finish. He successfully found a working formula that fixed Chelsea's goal problems, he finished top four and added the UEFA Champions League and UEFA Super Cup.
Chelsea are currently top of the Premier League table, six points clear of Manchester United, they have scored the second most goals (30) and conceded the least goals (4) and have multiple scorers of 15 in the Premier League this season.
Since his appointment, he has managed 49 games at Chelsea and has a 73% winning percentage. This season he has managed 19 games, won 12, drew five and lost two. His trophy haul of the UEFA Champions League and UEFA Super Cup is the best of any Chelsea manager, having been in charge for just 10 months.