Tottenham fans have piled onto their club Twitter demanding the arrival of Antonio Conte as manager.
It comes as the search for a new head coach becomes increasingly desperate after weeks with no announcement.
Jose Mourinho was sacked last month just a week before the Carabao Cup final, which they lost to Manchester City.
Ryan Mason, just 29, has been given the reins until the end of the season.
And Spurs chief Daniel Levy has struggled to find a successor, with the likes of Julian Nagelsmann, Erik ten Hag and Brendan Rodgers turning their nose up to the north London club.
However, one brilliant tactician has just become available with news breaking that Conte is set to leave Inter Milan this summer.
After leading the San Siro outfit to their first Serie A title in 10 years, the fiery coach will depart after falling out with the club owners.
Inter told him to trim the wage bill by 20 per cent and sell £70m-worth of players – a position Conte disagreed with.
And fans have made their feeling clear to the Tottenham board after flooding their Twitter page.
The club retweeted Mason’s tweet, which read: “Enjoyed leading the team the last few weeks I couldn’t have asked for more from the group of players and we always felt the fans behind us. Thankyou for your support.”
And fans have replied in their drones, with one saying: "Announce Conte."
Another wrote: "GOOD TIMING, ANNOUNCE CONTE."
While this fan said: "Ryan Mason told me that he wants Conte at Spurs btw."
And this one simply posted: "Announce Conte tonight!"
A fifth tweeted: "Yes it’s time for don conte."
This supporter said: "announce conte rn."
And this fan has urged others to get on the act, saying: "GET CONTE #GETCONTE EVERY SPURS FAN WITH ME? GET THE HASHTAG GOING!"
Conte has made a penchant of leading clubs from the rubble back to the top, with his best achievement coming at Chelsea where he took over a team that finished 10th and won the Premier League the next season.
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